Ramsey Coote Alarms have been specifically designed for the practitioner to give a consistent and quality treatment for children who wish to become dry at night.

Factors for success:

  • it is important to have a practitioner who has the experience that can help supervise and coach the parent and child
  • a reliable alarm with bed-pad ensures that the treatment will be more likely adhered to by the child.
  • the family work together to adhere to the treatment procedure for a successful outcome for their child

As a practitioner you can support the child, parents and other family members through the procedure until they understand what they need to do to help empower the child to become dry.

Examples of services that use Ramsey Coote Instruments products include:

Public Services:

  • Children’s Hospitals
  • District Hospitals
  • Community Health Centres
  • Family and Child Health services
  • School nursing services

Private Services:

  • Paediatricians & General Practitioners
  • Nursing services
  • Physiotherapists
  • Psychologists & Social Workers
  • Bedwetting Clinics

If you are a practitioner from either the private or public setting and wish to learn more about Ramsey Coote Alarms then contact us and we can discuss your specific needs.

  1. #1 by Sarah Schuhmann on April 29, 2015 - 5:12 pm

    I’m wondering what age a child can start using the enuresis mats

  2. #2 by Michelle Naughton on May 27, 2015 - 9:11 am

    Hi Sarah,

    The ICCS says that over the age of 5yrs old , however it depends on the maturity of the child. Around the ages of 7-8 is a good time for them to start the program to get dry and our research that we are doing will help us when we analyse the results.

  3. #3 by Michelle Naughton on August 31, 2015 - 4:05 pm

    The ICCS recommend treatment over the age of five and for our products – the Ramsey Coote bell and pad system, it really depends on the maturity of the child. We would say that it is best to treat them when they are ready and from our initial analysis from the research this could be 6.5 years for girls and around 7 yrs for boys although some children can be younger or older than this.

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