Continence Resources

Continence Foundation of Australia

The Continence Foundation of Australia aims to:

  • Raise awareness of bladder & bowel health
  • Provide education on various treatment and management options for incontinence
  • Advocate for accessible continence services Australia-wide
  • Fund continence-related research.
Telephone:  (03) 9347 2522
More information is available at the Continence Foundation Website.

National Continence Helpline 

The National Continence Helpline is a free telephone advisory service, funded by the Government, which aims to provide information, education and advice on various bladder and bowel issues. Continence Nurse Advisors are available to answer questions and provide information on: 

  • Bladder and bowel conditions
  • Local continence services
  • Eligibility for the Continence Aids Payment Scheme (CAPS)
  • Products and strategies to help treat and manage continence issues
  • It is run by the Continence Foundation of Australia.

    Telephone:  1800 33 00 66


    The Bladder & Bowel Information Site

    The Bladder & Bowel Information Site is a Government funded website that provides information on bladder and bowel health to people with bladder and bowel problems, their family and carers, health professionals, service providers and researchers. It also provides information on government funding opportunities. 

    Telephone: It is recommended that you call the Continence Helpline: 1800 330 066



    Require assistance?

    If you require advice or assistance in choosing relevant AT products for your needs, please call our national ILC Infoline 1300 885 886. You will be connected to your local state/territory ILC for the cost of a local phone call.

    ** NT callers are automatically directed to ILC in South Australia.