Continence Foundation adds more languages to its resources

Continence Foundation adds more languages to its resources

The Continence Foundation of Australia has recently added an additional seven languages to its list of continence resources for culturally and linguistically diverse communities and health professionals working with these communities.

According to the Foundation, incontinence currently affects more than 4.8 million people in Australia from all backgrounds, ages and ethnicities and is strongly associated with chronic disease and illness.

Unfortunately many individuals are either too embarrassed to seek help, feel that incontinence is normal or it is inevitable. It is the Continence Foundations mission to improve awareness of incontinence which can be easily prevented and in most cases cured.

The Continence Foundations language resources provide links to 27 bilingual fact sheets on topics such as bedwetting, pregnancy, prostate issues, incontinence products and financial assistance. There are also audio translations for all fact sheets. To access their website please click here.

Continence Foundation adds more languages to its resources