ABOUT TOILET TACTICS

Instilling healthy bladder and bowel habits at a young age

Research shows that bladder and bowel problems can have a negative impact on a child's self-esteem and quality of life.

Toilet Tactics is an educational resource for primary schools initiated by the Continence Foundation of Australia. The aim of Toilet Tactics is to help promote healthy bladder and bowel habits in children and improve or maintain the standard of school toilets across Australia.

Toilet Tactics is designed to involve the whole school community. It provides a range of fun, user-friendly resources for schools and teachers, as well as a range of activities for students.

What Toilet Tactics includes

When your school registers for Toilet Tactics you will receive:

  • information on how to use Toilet Tactics in your school
  • school toilet checklist
  • student survey and analysis guide
  • tips on how to improve and maintain your school toilets
  • information for teachers
  • resources and activities for students
  • information for parents/guardians
  • school toilet charter
  • where to seek advice, referrals and resources.

TESTIMONIALS

"Toilet Tactics has improved student toileting habits. Some students were not using the toilets at school and now they are" - Teacher

"The Toilet Tactics information has gone through at school association, parents and friends and all staff levels. It has raised a huge awareness of practical issues with toilets, especially in the junior school and is really starting to raise awareness of issues" - Principal

"It's definitely a wonderful resource that I always refer to in my practice and offer to schools and parents of children with continence problems" - Health Professional

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Last Updated: Wed 22, Jul 2020
Last Reviewed: Thu 26, Mar 2020