We are proud to partner with Bladder and Bowel UK and have Brontie part-funded by Innovate UK competition awards.
I’m Brontie, Your new favourite sidekick!
Brontie’s mission is to bring comfort and confidence back to children, offering helpful tips, guidance, and engaging activities for delightful bedtime experiences. Together, let’s embark on this journey and make every night a restful, dry triumph!
Why we created Brontie.
Adopting the Brontie system could reduce the carbon impact of generated from laundry and use of containment products. Bladder and bowel (continence) problems affect more than 900,000 children and young people in the UK (NHS England, 2018), with a negative impact on their health, wellbeing and emotional and psychological development. Another big consideration is how to reduce the environmental impacts of incontinence.
Children’s Continence Commissioning Guide A handbook for the commissioning and running of children’s community continence services Sponsoring Organisation: The Paediatric Continence Forum Date of Initial Publication: September 2014Second Edition: September 2019 Date Review Due: 2022 Davina Richardson RGN/RSCN BSc (Hons)
The Brontie promise.
• Engage and motivate children with positive reinforcement.
• Help improve quality of life.
• Reduce the burden on continence services.
• wetting trends / analysis and diaries.
• Makes continence services accessible to all.
• Help continence services make an informed decision based on
A child focussed user experience
The interactive dinosaur adds an element of fun and engagement for the child, making the experience more positive and less daunting. As the child progresses in their journey, so does Brontie! He will hatch, grow and offer rewards for engaging – not just having a dry night.
The childs well-being and happiness are at the forefront of any product development.
We built a brand
that also builds trust.
A user centred approach
Behind the scenes we…
…Designed a new service pathway
Sensor positioning is critical to alert quickly and effectively. Crossed limbs or hands in the way may also effect the sensors ability to detect small amounts of urine.
developed a wearable
Circuit design and PCB layout follow, optimising for power efficiency and signal integrity. Prototypes are fabricated and iteratively tested, refining the sensor’s performance.
for instructions for use
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