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Spoil for Choice – Right Pad, Right Time

Spoil for Choice – Right Pad, Right Time

With so many different disposable incontinence pads available in the marketplace choosing the best pad for the needs of you or your loved one can become onerous and confusing. Here are some tips to consider that may simplify the choices you make;

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Staying free from Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs)

Staying free from Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs)

Urinary Tract Infections (UTI) are a relatively common, but unpleasant problem which affects the bladder and/or kidneys. Symptoms may include; changes in bladder habits, burning pain with urination, back or tummy pain, urinary urgency, incontinence, a high fever and even delirium if left untreated.

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6th Annual State Conference 2017

6th Annual State Conference 2017

Thank you to all those that attended and supported our 6th Annual State Conference this year 18-19 May 2017!

For this years Conference presentations and more information visit our State Conference Page

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Bridge Autumn 2015

Bridge Autumn 2015

This free magazine is written for people with incontinence and their family, friends or carers. This edition’s focus is on carers and the unique challenges they face.

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One Step at a Time Toilet Tips – Available on iTunes and Google Play

One Step at a Time Toilet Tips – Available on iTunes and Google Play

The app has been developed by health professionals who work in early intervention programs and continence support programs for children with special needs. The app is a simple, practical tool that offers tips and pictures to help you and your child learn the key milestones of toilet training. The app contains a boy and a girl version. Each version has three sections: Custom Sequence allows you to make your own toilet training picture sequence. You can record your own instructions in any language! This is particularly useful for parents with English as a second language. Full Sequence is the complete set of pictures for toileting. Each picture has a brief instruction you can use to help your child to learn toileting skills. Short Sequence provides pictures and brief instructions for 5 key skills of toilet training that parents often overlook or find difficult: The app is based on the booklet One Step at a Time: a parent’s guide to toileting skills for children with special needs. The booklet and other resources about toilet training are available from http://continencevictoria.org.au... read more