A Kid-Friendly Approach to Ending Poop Accidents
UCanPoopToo is the only online program clinically proven to provide the education and ongoing tools to solve the physical, emotional and behavioral issues of encopresis.
- Clinically proven to be 3X more effective than standard medical care
- A kid-friendly program with interactive exercises and games children like
- Based on 12 years of research conducted at the University of Virginia Medical Center and more than 27 years of practice treating pediatric encopresis
- Uses the strategies available in face-to-face treatment from the privacy and convenience of home
- Research found reduced accidents resulted in improvements in self-esteem and academic performance.
With pricing options as low as $3.74 per week, and our money-back guarantee, you can use UCanPoopToo to help your child start being accident-free today.
UCanPoopToo combines kid-friendly explanations, videos and stories to actively engage and educate children using a positive, relaxed approach proven to end poop accidents.
With your subscription purchase, you and your child will get access to:
- Our online, kid-friendly program for encopresis
- 20+ online modules on a range of topics, including schools, social issues, relapse prevention, behavior, and how and when to taper daily medicines
- Animated explanations on the medical and behavior aspects of eliminating poop accidents
- Tailored guidance, progress report graphs and regular reminders during each week
- Online daily diaries so you can easily track your child’s symptoms, medicine, and behaviors
- 25+ personal stories from other parents and children dealing with encopresis
- 4 online games, unlocked as your child makes progress
- Newsletter and downloadable PDF Summary Reference materials
Over 50% of children who reported having encopresis for three or more years decreased their accidents to one accident a week or less after using UCanPoopToo for only eight weeks – a 2.9x increase in overall success rate as compared to standard medical care.–NIH Research Study Result
I enjoyed sharing UCanPoopToo with my child. I was able to teach her that she can succeed and that using the toilet does not need to be an ordeal. –Parent, daughter with encopresis
Over 63% of all UCanPoopToo research participants, regardless of how long they had been suffering from encopresis, were clinically cured of their encopresis within a year of using the program! –NIH Research Study Result
Our heightened awareness and knowledge of encopresis after using UCanPoopToo helped us tremendously. The visuals to show my son what was happening were very effective. He enjoyed the personal stories from other kids and families, and loved the incentive of the games.–Mom, son with encopresis
The UCanPoopToo participants significantly increased their number of trips to the toilet without parental prompts by 109% compared with the general patient education participants, who decreased their trips by 37%.–NIH Research Study Result
UCanPoopToo helped my child and me CLEARLY understand what encopresis is and the best way to have regular poops. This program is much better than our doctor at explaining the problem and the solution!–parent of child with encopresis
UCanPoopToo helped my son understand what was happening to his own body, the importance of regular bowel movements and health consequences. It was tremendously useful at explaining a specific treatment plan and goal. –Mom, son with encopresis
Eighty-five (85%) percent of children liked using UCanPoopToo. Ninety-six (96%) of parents found the program easy to use.–NIH Research Study Result
UCanPoopToo helped teach my son that he is not the only kid that has this problem. –Dad, son with encopresis
One of the most important tasks for parents of children with encopresis is to seek early care.–American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP)
Encopresis, also known as fecal incontinence, is a true medical problem that requires intervention and help. Numerous scientific studies have shown the importance of pursuing both medical management and behavioral training as soon as possible. Because encopresis is considered a developmental disorder, many parents incorrectly believe that a child will “grow out of it.”In fact, no maturing out effect has been scientifically documented.
So, based on research, what might happen if my child’s encopresis isn’t addressed quickly?
Children with encopresis are often taunted, bullied, and ostracized from their peers, resulting in low self-esteem and decreased academic achievement (Har & Croffie, 2010. )
Cost of Missed Work
Based on surveys conducted as part of a research study, the cost of encopresis in terms of missed days work, transportation, and toileting supplies averages $40 per week, not including doctor visits.(Ritterband; Thorndike, 2005. )
Parents have rated the child’s lack of self-esteem as the most important consequence of constipation and incontinence, and these children have been found to exhibit more emotional and behavioral difficulties than others (Bernard-Bonnin, Haley, Belanger, & Nadeau, 1993).