Every child, no matter their age or ability, should be able to access opportunities to swim. Swimming is a great sensory experience for children with special needs. But it is not only an opportunity to have fun - being in the water can be a form of exercise and even therapy. From a hot tub and hydrotherapy pool to a swimming pool or trip to the beach, if your child has incontinence it is important that they wear incontinence swimwear that will help support them in the water and also make swimming a better stress free experience.
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I don't know why you seem so shocked, they have been making nappies for ages up to 15 for along time, because a lot of older children still wet the bed. Its not a hugely shocking issue any more. Close menu. Drop-In Clinic Toddlers years Tween and teens.