Continence Australia helping community health

WITH one in four Australian adults living with bladder or bowel control problems, incontinence is fast becoming one of our nation's biggest and costliest health issues.

Incontinence is more prevalent than anxiety, asthma and arthritis, yet continues to fly under the radar because of the stigma around the issue.

The Continence Foundation of Australia is offering local community health organisations grants of up to $1500 for education and awareness events.

Applications open from August 31 until October 4. For details, go to continence.org.au



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