What can I ask my GP about incontinence?
What can I ask my GP about incontinence?
Few people relish the thought of discussing their toilet habits with a GP. You should never feel embarrassed about discussing incontinence with a doctor. They are professionally-trained to relate to such matters....
Search for Australia’s best toilet humour
Search for Australia’s best toilet humour
A Victorian, a Queenslander and a New South Welshman walk into a bar … The search is on for the best belly-laugh-provoking toilet humour across Australia - from Darwin to Hobart and everywhere in between. The...
Can comedy cure incontinence?
Can comedy cure incontinence?
Laugh Without Leaking: can comedy cure incontinence? A new campaign launched today by the Continence Foundation of Australia reveals that the majority of bladder and bowel troubles can be helped or even cured....
Bev Killick: the Comedy Queen of Continence
Bev Killick: the Comedy Queen of Continence
Bev Killick: the Comedy Queen of Continence She’s an actress, comedian, writer, singer and mother-of-two, now Bev Killick has a new role as Ambassador of the Continence Foundation of Australia. Bev Killick...
Joe's Story
Joe's Story
Joe Roberts was born 10 years ago with profound disabilities as the result of a mild virus his mother, Jodie, contracted while pregnant. Her remarkable strength and leadership since his birth have earned her the 2015...
For family, love and dignity
For family, love and dignity
The enduring bond between a mother and daughter is celebrated in this year’s Carer of the Year. Melbourne mother of three, Anna Culcasi, has been named 2017 Continence Carer of the Year for her 24 hour care of her...
Derick Fage: From school dropout to successful TV host
Derick Fage: From school dropout to successful TV host
TV host and ambassador of the Canadian Continence Foundation, Derick Fage, has lived with incontinence his entire life. He humorously refers to himself as ‘the face of faeces’. In what is an inspirational tale of...

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