May 9, 2012 10:21:33 PM
are there alrarms made that the toddler does not have to wear?
It is best to talk with a doctor first regarding potty alarms as he or she is best qualified to make that determination. In order to be considered for an alarm, the child would need to be mature enough for the bedwetting alarm to have any effect. If the doctor finds that the child can handle an alarm, be prepared for the possibility of waking up one or more times a night to help your child go to the bathroom. The family would need to make a commitment to help out the child when that alarm goes off.