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.

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Learn more about our services

9/15/23: The Vermont Continence Project has re-opened referrals, providing a new menu of services.

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.