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15 Continence Products (English)
Continence products are used to manage the symptoms of poor bladder and bowel control (incontinence). This brochure details what types of products are available and what to consider when choosing a continence product.  (Brochure)

Organisation/Publisher: Department of Health - Continence Programs

15 Continence Products (Arabic)
Continence products are used to manage the symptoms of poor bladder and bowel control (incontinence). This factsheet details what types of products are available and what to consider when choosing a continence product.  (Fact sheet)

Organisation/Publisher: Department of Health - Continence Programs

15 Continence Products (Croatian)
Continence products are used to manage the symptoms of poor bladder and bowel control (incontinence). This factsheet details what types of products are available and what to consider when choosing a continence product.  (Fact sheet)

Organisation/Publisher: Department of Health - Continence Programs
Date of publication/last review: 2013

15 Continence Products (Dinka)
Continence products are used to manage the symptoms of poor bladder and bowel control (incontinence). This factsheet details what types of products are available and what to consider when choosing a continence product.  (Fact sheet)

Organisation/Publisher: Department of Health - Continence Programs

15 Continence Products (Dutch)
Continence products are used to manage the symptoms of poor bladder and bowel control (incontinence). This factsheet details what types of products are available and what to consider when choosing a continence product.  (Fact sheet)

Organisation/Publisher: Department of Health - Continence Programs

15 Continence Products (German)
Continence products are used to manage the symptoms of poor bladder and bowel control (incontinence). This factsheet details what types of products are available and what to consider when choosing a continence product.  (Fact sheet)

Organisation/Publisher: Department of Health - Continence Programs

15 Continence Products (Greek)
Continence products are used to manage the symptoms of poor bladder and bowel control (incontinence). This factsheet details what types of products are available and what to consider when choosing a continence product.  (Fact sheet)

Organisation/Publisher: Department of Health - Continence Programs
Date of publication/last review: 2013

15 Continence Products (Hungarian)
Continence products are used to manage the symptoms of poor bladder and bowel control (incontinence). This factsheet details what types of products are available and what to consider when choosing a continence product.  (Fact sheet)

Organisation/Publisher: Department of Health - Continence Programs

15 Continence Products (Italian)
Continence products are used to manage the symptoms of poor bladder and bowel control (incontinence). This factsheet details what types of products are available and what to consider when choosing a continence product.  (Fact sheet)

Organisation/Publisher: Department of Health - Continence Programs
Date of publication/last review: 2013

15 Continence Products (Macedonian)
Continence products are used to manage the symptoms of poor bladder and bowel control (incontinence). This factsheet details what types of products are available and what to consider when choosing a continence product.  (Fact sheet)

Organisation/Publisher: Department of Health - Continence Programs
Date of publication/last review: 2013

15 Continence Products (Maltese)
Continence products are used to manage the symptoms of poor bladder and bowel control (incontinence). This factsheet details what types of products are available and what to consider when choosing a continence product.  (Fact sheet)

Organisation/Publisher: Department of Health - Continence Programs
Date of publication/last review: 2013

15 Continence Products (Persian)
Continence products are used to manage the symptoms of poor bladder and bowel control (incontinence). This factsheet details what types of products are available and what to consider when choosing a continence product.  (Fact sheet)

Organisation/Publisher: Department of Health - Continence Programs
Date of publication/last review: 2013

15 Continence Products (Polish)
Continence products are used to manage the symptoms of poor bladder and bowel control (incontinence). This factsheet details what types of products are available and what to consider when choosing a continence product.  (Fact sheet)

Organisation/Publisher: Department of Health - Continence Programs

15 Continence Products (Chinese - Simplified)
Continence products are used to manage the symptoms of poor bladder and bowel control (incontinence). This factsheet details what types of products are available and what to consider when choosing a continence product.  (Fact sheet)

Organisation/Publisher: Department of Health - Continence Programs
Date of publication/last review: 2013

15 Continence Products (Serbian)
Continence products are used to manage the symptoms of poor bladder and bowel control (incontinence). This factsheet details what types of products are available and what to consider when choosing a continence product.  (Fact sheet)

Organisation/Publisher: Department of Health - Continence Programs

15 Continence Products (Somali)
Continence products are used to manage the symptoms of poor bladder and bowel control (incontinence). This factsheet details what types of products are available and what to consider when choosing a continence product.  (Fact sheet)

Organisation/Publisher: Department of Health - Continence Programs
Date of publication/last review: 2013

15 Continence Products (Spanish)
Continence products are used to manage the symptoms of poor bladder and bowel control (incontinence). This factsheet details what types of products are available and what to consider when choosing a continence product.  (Fact sheet)

Organisation/Publisher: Department of Health - Continence Programs
Date of publication/last review: 2013

15 Continence Products (Filipino)
Continence products are used to manage the symptoms of poor bladder and bowel control (incontinence). This factsheet details what types of products are available and what to consider when choosing a continence product.  (Fact sheet)

Organisation/Publisher: Department of Health - Continence Programs
Date of publication/last review: 2013

15 Continence Products (Chinese - Traditional)
Continence products are used to manage the symptoms of poor bladder and bowel control (incontinence). This factsheet details what types of products are available and what to consider when choosing a continence product.  (Fact sheet)

Organisation/Publisher: Department of Health - Continence Programs
Date of publication/last review: 2013

15 Continence Products (Turkish)
Continence products are used to manage the symptoms of poor bladder and bowel control (incontinence). This factsheet details what types of products are available and what to consider when choosing a continence product.  (Fact sheet)

Organisation/Publisher: Department of Health - Continence Programs

15 Continence Products (Vietnamese)
Continence products are used to manage the symptoms of poor bladder and bowel control (incontinence). This factsheet details what types of products are available and what to consider when choosing a continence product.  (Fact sheet)

Organisation/Publisher: Department of Health - Continence Programs

15 Continence Products (Dari)
Continence products are used to manage the symptoms of poor bladder and bowel control (incontinence). This factsheet details what types of products are available and what to consider when choosing a continence product.  (Fact sheet)

Organisation/Publisher: Department of Health - Continence Programs

15 Continence Products (Hindi)
Continence products are used to manage the symptoms of poor bladder and bowel control (incontinence). This factsheet details what types of products are available and what to consider when choosing a continence product.  (Fact sheet)

Organisation/Publisher: Department of Health - Continence Programs

15 Continence Products (Indonesian)
Continence products are used to manage the symptoms of poor bladder and bowel control (incontinence). This factsheet details what types of products are available and what to consider when choosing a continence product.  (Fact sheet)

Organisation/Publisher: Department of Health - Continence Programs

15 Continence Products (Karen)
Continence products are used to manage the symptoms of poor bladder and bowel control (incontinence). This factsheet details what types of products are available and what to consider when choosing a continence product.  (Fact sheet)

Organisation/Publisher: Department of Health - Continence Programs

15 Continence Products (Korean)
Continence products are used to manage the symptoms of poor bladder and bowel control (incontinence). This factsheet details what types of products are available and what to consider when choosing a continence product.  (Fact sheet)

Organisation/Publisher: Department of Health - Continence Programs

15 Continence Products (Burmese)
Continence products are used to manage the symptoms of poor bladder and bowel control (incontinence). This factsheet details what types of products are available and what to consider when choosing a continence product.  (Fact sheet)

Organisation/Publisher: Department of Health - Continence Programs

15 Continence Products (Japanese)
Continence products are used to manage the symptoms of poor bladder and bowel control (incontinence). This factsheet details what types of products are available and what to consider when choosing a continence product.  (Fact sheet)

Organisation/Publisher: Department of Health - Continence Programs

Bridge Magazine - Special Edition 2010 - Products (English)
This special edition focuses on continence products available for women and men with urinary incontinence and or faecal incontinence.  (Magazine)

Organisation/Publisher: Continence Foundation of Australia
Date of publication/last review: 2010

Continence Aids Payment Scheme (CAPS) Brochure (English)
The Continence Aids Payment Scheme (CAPS) is an Australian Government Scheme that provides a payment to assist eligible people who have permanent and severe incontinence to meet some of the cost of their continence products. Call the National Continence Helpline on 1800 33 00 66 for further information or download from www.bladderbowel.gov.au.  (Brochure)

Organisation/Publisher: Department of Health - Continence Programs

Continence products (English)
There are many people in society who suffer from urinary or faecal incontinence, or sometimes both. Not only can this be financially expensive, but the personal cost to the sufferer can be loss of dignity and independence. Includes information on continence products for consumers.  (Fact sheet)

Organisation/Publisher: Continence Resource Centre SA
Date of publication/last review: May 2011

Continence Products and Toileting Aids: Personal Characteristics and Specific Considerations When Selecting Continence Products and Toileting Aids (2010) (English)
This booklet provides a detailed analysis of different types of commonly used continence products and aids. Individual characteristics such as gross and fine motor skills, weight, vision, and cognitive function are considered for each style of product. Due to the size of the Continence Products and Toileting Aids, we are unable to display on this webpage, please visit the Queensland Department of Health website at http://www.health.qld.gov.au/mass/prescribe/continence/resources.asp  (Guidelines)

Organisation/Publisher: HACC/MASS Continence Project

Continence Resource Centre (English)
The Continence Resource Centre (CRC) in South Australia is a statewide continence information and advisory service located at the Independent Living Centre (ILC). It is affiliated with the Continence Foundation of Australia (CFA), and funded by the Department for Communities and Social Inclusion. It provides information for men and women relating to incontinence, continence products, bladder and bowel health and professional services available.  (Fact sheet)

Organisation/Publisher: Continence Resource Centre SA
Date of publication/last review: May 2011

Pads, clothes and bedding to help if you are getting wet (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander)
This leaflet describes some of the continence products available to help manage urinay incontinence and faecal incontinence.  (Brochure)

Organisation/Publisher: Department of Health - Continence Programs
Date of publication/last review: 2016