DescriptionThe Continence Helpline is a free telephone advice service. It is staffed by continence nurses who can provide information, education and advice to callers with incontinence (bladder or bowel control problems), or to people who are caring for someone with incontinence.
- Continence advice
- Continence education
- Continence information
- Incontinence treatment options
- Incontinence management advice, including product information
- Details of local continence service providers, product suppliers and product manufacturers
- Details of related funding schemes such as the Australian Government's Continence Aids Payment Scheme
- Access to a wide range of free information brochures, including brochures in languages other than English
Available to anyone in Australia
How to access
- TTY users, call , then ask for 1800 33 00 66
- Speak and Listen users, call , then ask for 1800 33 00 66
- Internet relay users, connect to the ), then ask for 1800 33 00 66.
The Continence Helpline is a free service.
Calls are free from landlines.
- Common topics covered by the helpline include pregnancy (pre- and postnatal), menopause, prostate issues, bedwetting, day wetting, soiling, chronic conditions (such as diabetes, obesity, multiple sclerosis and Parkinson’s disease), funding schemes and continence products.