An almond-skinned toddler in a pink dress teaches her bear to use a toilet; a Black woman cuddles her baby in a light-filled living room; a pyramid of toilet paper.

Promoting positive, person-centered, science-driven toileting & continence supports for Vermont’s children and youth.

We provide resources, training, and services to improve incontinence care and teaching.

A chart of stars showing students achieving goals


Learn more about our services

2/28/24: We have a new online learning group for Vermont parents and caregivers starting April 1.

We also provide individual consultations for families and healthcare professionals. Our consultation services are available for Vermont residents from birth to age 22, at no charge. We do not work directly with the referred person; we work with their team in making a plan for continence care and carrying it out.


The Vermont Continence Project is a project of UVM’s Center on Disability and Community Inclusion with funding support from the Vermont Child Health Improvement Program (VCHIP) through the University of Vermont Medical Center.