Incontinence Useful Links
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Bladder and Bowel Community
A charity providing information for people affected by incontinence, bladder and bowel problems.
A charity providing information and advice on products including incontinence pads and pants to help manage bladder & bowel problems.
Association for Continence Advice
Organisation for healthcare professionals involved with incontinence.
International Continence Society
Organisation of international medical professionals concerned with incontinence.
Charity concerned for young people, children and their carers, affected by bedwetting problems.
A charity working with healthcare professionals, government and research funding to provide support and advice to people with bladder illness.
Support and information for carers.
The internet's empowering guide to care and rights of older people. Register for regular newsletter.
The Nursing Home Directory
The Nursing Homes Directory.
RightCareIndex.com is a national directory of Care Homes and Domiciliary Care Agencies in England and Wales. Additionally RightCareIndex produce publication directories for Cornwall and Devon with more planned in the future.
Embarrasing Bodies - Kids
Website for the well-known Channel 4 series covering a number of conditions such as constipation and bed-wetting as well as incontinence. They also have a number of videos on their site.
Website giving healthcare information on most medical conditions.
Articles, news, information, webcasts, message forums, resource directory and more. Covers conditions including prostrate cancer, parkinson's disease, crohn's disease and multiple sclerosis.
Reusable cloth menstrual pads - the natural alternative to disposable products.
Charity providing support and information to older people.
Charity providing support and information to people with dementia and their carers.
Mabels...For the over 50s
Includes articles, news, humour, financial and retirement advice, money saving tips, nostalgia, health and mobility and more for the over 50s.
Mitrofanoff Procedure: Bladder defects are not a subject that is openly discussed. Hence there is a general lack of public knowledge on what it is like to have a Mitrofanoff. The website offers support and reassurance to anyone who may be about to have, or already has a Mitranoff and the people closest to them.