Deloitte Access Economics report The Economic Impact of Incontinence in Australia P
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Report


The 2011 Deloitte Access Economics report 'The Economic Impact of Incontinence in Australia' highlights the broader burden faced by the estimated 4.8 million Australians living with incontinence.

Diabetes and Bladder and Bowel Control
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Fact sheet

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People with diabetes commonly experience problems controlling their bladder and bowel. This fact sheet explains how diabetes can affect bladders and bowels. It also provides tips on how to prevent and manage incontinence.

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Diabetes and bladder or bowel problems
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Brochure

PDF


This brochure explains how diabetes affects the bladder and bowel and can lead to wetting yourself. It explains how to improve the problem and where to go for help.

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Funding Schemes for continence products: National and State Schemes
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Fact sheet

PDF


This fact sheet is a guide to the national and state funding schemes to assist people with the cost of purchasing continence products.

Grog and bladder or bowel problems
Type
Brochure

PDF


This brochure explains how alcohol affects the bladder and bowel and can lead to urinary incontinence and faecal incontinence. It offers tips on how you can help the problem and where to go for help.

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Guidelines for Conducting Presentations with an Interpreter P
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Fact sheet

PDF


Working with an accredited interpreter is very important when providing education to culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) groups, particularly on the subject of incontinence. This fact sheet provides guidelines and suggestions on how to work effectively with an interpreter when conducting a group presentation.

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Last Updated: Sun 17, May 2020
Last Reviewed: Sun 22, Mar 2020