The Continence Aids Payment Scheme (CAPS) is an Australian Government Scheme that provides payment to assist people who have permanent and severe incontinence to reduce the cost of continence products.
Children with bladder and/or bowel control issues have a medical condition that causes them to wet and/or soil their pants (incontinence). The Continence Care Plan supports children within the education system.
An order form provides a listing and brief description of all the resources available from the Continence Foundation of Australia and the National Continence Program.
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.
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.