Bronwyn Ford’s journey with pelvic organ prolapse has been emotional. She describes frustration, sadness, anger and disbelief but on the other side – acceptance, resilience and empowerment. Research shows prolapse
Many older women don’t have regular vaginal examinations, but this is important for a woman’s health throughout her whole life. Nurse Continence Specialist Janie Thompson, Clinical Services Manager, leads the
How could incontinence affect your client’s mental health? In a story for Continence Foundation members, Dr Lori Shore (Senior Clinical Psychologist at Alfred Health Continence Service) shares how psychological approaches can help manage the impacts of incontinence.