For Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, this brochure talks about how a healthy bladder works in both men and women. It explains simple things you can do to help train your bladder to hold more urine (wee) and tips on good bladder habits.
This booklet is intended for health professionals who have an interest in urinary incontinence, but not necessarily specialist knowledge. It provides information to assist adult men and women with chronic urinary incontinence who are living independently in the community.
This fact sheet outlines the help that is available to assess and manage incontinence. It explains the different types of services available and the role of different types of health professionals.
This flip chart is a teaching aid for Rural and Remote ATSI Health Workers. It provides pictures and teaching support notes explaining urinary incontinence (in women), why it occurs, how it can be treated and where to get help.