Let our 5 healthy habits be your guide to a healthier and more independent future.
Incontinence is one of the most common reasons people are admitted to residential aged care.
People living in residential aged care often have very complex health care needs. They may have multiple illnesses, be on many different medications and need a lot of help and care from other people.
Prevention or better management of incontinence means spending senior years at home and living your best life in familiar surroundings.
How do I invest in continence?
All it takes is a few changes to your lifestyle and our five healthy habits:
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National Continence Helpline
In many cases incontinence can be prevented, better managed and even cured. Contact the National Continence Helpline on 1800 33 00 66 for confidential advice, information and referrals. The National Continence Helpline operates Monday to Friday, 8am - 8pm (AEST).