Safe and effective continence assessment and care is an integral part of helping people maintain their independence. It’s important to remember that you’re not alone. Over 5 million Australians are affected by incontinence, affecting both men and women of all ages and backgrounds.
Incontinence is the term used to describe the loss of control of your bladder or bowel, or both. Being aware of bodily sensations such as feelings of having a full bladder, or memory of how, when and where to respond is one of the first ways to regain control. Many people feel too embarrassed to discuss incontinence, but it’s important to know that you’re not alone and that it can be managed, treated and in many cases cured.
Keeping your bladder and bowel as healthy as possible is the best way to avoid accidents.
When it comes to supporting you with continence care, clinical nursing and personal care services can support you to remain independent in your own home. Be sure to contact our friendly contact team today to discuss your care options and develop a tailored plan to meet your personal circumstances.
Once you’ve decided that Home Care is right for you, we’ll assist you with the rest. From working out what services you need, how to access funding or working with our providers to ensure your goals are achieved – we personalise your journey from the very start.
“We believe that people are happiest at home and our mission is to help them stay there for longer”
The MyHomecare Team
“We believe that people are happiest at home and our mission is to help them stay there” THE MYHOMECARE TEAM
Once you create your profile, we’ll contact you within 24 hours to help build your personalised journey.
Read our Home Care Guide – it’s free to download and full of important information you should know about accessing home care.
From starting your come care journey to building your Care Plan, we’ll support you every step of the way.