Proper care and support can drastically reduce the distress that incontinence can cause a person. Did you know more than 5 million Australians have some form of incontinence and those affected range from young children to older adults?  Understandably, most people find the idea of discussing bladder or bowel control problems awkward.   However, when … Read more

As well as stronger bodies, physical activities create stronger social connections and stronger cognitive function.   Supporting a person to remain active is supporting them to maintaining their independence.     Physical activities can include the obvious; walking, light weight and resistance programmes, even water-based activity such as aqua aerobics and lane walking.  Some people … Read more