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Videos

These short videos are designed to assist carers to manage incontinence. On this page:

Toileting tips for children and young people with a disability 

Debbie Atkins is an occupational therapist and toilet training consultant for children and young people with developmental disabilities. In this video she provides tips on managing toileting problems for children and young people. 

Toileting tips for children video link

Travelling with incontinence

Rosalie Donhardt from the SA Continence Resource Centre talks about how to arrange for travel when living with incontinence

Continence products

These videos feature continence nurse advisor Anita Francis introduces a range of continence products and advises how to choose an appropriate product for you or the person you care for.

Continence nurse Anita Francis talks about incontinence products

Part 1 How to choose the right continence products

Nurse Anita Francis talks about continence pads and pants

Part 2 - How to choose the right pads or pants

Continence nurse Anita Francis talks about Bed and chairs protectorsPart 3 - Bed and chairs protectors

Nurse Anita Francis talks about uridomes and cathetersPart 4 - Uridomes and catheters 

Dementia and incontinence

Continence nurse Anita Francis talks about how to communicate and look after friends or family living with dementia and incontinence.

Continence nurse Anita Francis talks about dementia and incontinence

Part 1 - Dementia and incontinence


 Communicating with someone with dementia

  Part 2 - Communicating with someone with   dementia

 

Continence nurse Anita Francis talks tips for toileting

Part 3 - Tips for successful toileting

 

 Continence nurse Anita Francis talks about assisting dementia patients on toileting   Part 4
   Tips to get them to sit on the toilet

 Nurse Anita Francis talks about incontinence products

Part 5 - Incontinence products

 Getting help for incontinence

Part 6 - Where to get help

Financial assistance

Continence nurse advisor Stephen Marburg talks about funding schemes available to assist continence products

Nurse Stephen Marburg talks about continence funding schemes 

 

Good skin care 

Wound nurse consultant Jan Rice discusses why skin problems occur with incontinence and in ageing skin; and why good skin care is important.

Good skin care and incontinence

 

Practical tips

Occupational therapist Jane Fothergill provides practical caring tips for managing incontinence at home. She discusses the wide range of aids and equipment available which will assist in the management of incontinence at home.

Nurse Jane Fotherfill on managing incontinence at home 

 

Incontinence: A carer's story

Gabrielle Fakhri shares her experiences of caring for her son, Simon, at the 2015 World Continence Week breakfast launch.

Gabrielle speaking at World Continence Week event