Sarah Jones (sacubs@DOVE.NET.AU)
Wed, 13 Aug 1997 12:53:04 +0930
>As an after thought, what about bed-wetters? We handle that by "airing
>out" all sleeping bags every morning.
We do the same. in fact, it is recommeded here on training that when
dealing with Cubs and camps, we do bed inspections and check all the
sleeping bags. This is done, by a adult when the cubs are out on a activity.
It all depends on why the child is bed wetting. It may be a true medical
problem, or sometimes it can be becuase it is a emotional thing, such as
As it can be a emotional or phyiscal thing, it is that little harder to put
on forms. A girl I was in Guides with developed this problem at the age of
14, when there were problems at home.
The most effective way is to simply check everyone's bed, at some stage,
shortly after the youth have gotten up and stuff. This way, you can catch
it early before the oder sets in and the child will have a dry bed later.
CSL Angle Vale
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City