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.

The Vermont Continence Project promotes positive, person-centered, science-driven toileting & continence supports for Vermont’s children and youth.

We help improve incontinence care and toilet teaching regardless of disability or health status.

Next workshop for families and caregivers: March 8

  • About the Vermont Continence Project

    Vermont Continence Project Director and occupational therapist Chayah Lichtig explains what the project is, how it works, and why it makes a difference in the lives of Vermonters facing continence challenges.

    Learn more about our team and our work



The Vermont Continence Project receives funding support from the Vermont Child Health Improvement Program (VCHIP), through the University of Vermont Medical Center, as well as the UVM Center on Disability & Community Inclusion (CDCI).

An icon of a toilet. Text: Vermont Continence Project.

How to Request a Consultation

2/28/23: The Continence Project is currently not taking referrals. Additionally, our waitlist is currently full. We do not anticipate opening for next referrals until summer. In the meantime, please see our available resources to support your work, and contact us with any questions


New Continence Resources


Full list of continence resources