In many cases, incontinence can be prevented with a healthy diet and lifestyle habits.
Let our 5 healthy habits be your guide to a healthier and more independent future.
Bridge is a free magazine for people with incontinence as well as their family, friends and carers.
Learn more about incontinence in teenagers at the Continence Foundation’s world-leading adolescent continence support website.
The pocket guide for disability and aged care workers providing bladder and bowel support.
Toilet Tactics is designed to help promote healthy bladder and bowel habits in primary school children across Australia.
Find out the importance of exercising your pelvic floor muscles to support bladder and bowel function.
As a member of the Continence Foundation, you provide a voice for people across Australia who are affected by incontinence.
The National Public Toilet Map shows the location, facilities and opening hours of more than 19,000 toilet facilities across Australia.
From public workshops to seminars and conferences, there are events for everyone interested in learning more about continence health.
The National Continence Helpline (1800 33 00 66) is a free telephone service that offers confidential information, advice and support.