1 edition of Directory of continence aids and appliances found in the catalog.
Directory of continence aids and appliances
|Statement||compiled by members of the ACA.|
|Contributions||Addison, Ray., Association of Continence Advisors.|
Carestore strives to deliver the best value in daily living aids and mobility products. We offer premium quality products from premium brands ensuring the products are reliable and fit for purpose. We trust you will enjoy viewing our range online. You can also visit our new Carestore outlet in Westgate Business Park, Ennis, Co. Clare. Our Continence Care department contains a huge range of incontinence products. From kylie incontinence pads and gloves to disposable pads and incontinence wipes, you'll find the biggest choice of top quality incontinence products here.
Aids, equipment and adaptations 5 Freephone helpline Web Where a need is identified, the social worker or OT must consider ways of meeting that need. This may include practical advice about doing things differently to make things easier, providing aids and equipment, and/or arranging alterations to the house. See. Continence Aids and Equipment Available Ensure the patient has all the aid, equipment and appliances required to fully support their mobility and function. It is very important that this equipment is regularly serviced and maintained.
Continence Funding – National Scheme Australia (NB Information correct as of September ) Scheme Contact Details • White Card holders must have a continence issue related to a war injury. To assess eligibility, contact the Aids and Appliances team . Non-government organisations may provide funding assistance for aids, equipment and assistive technologies. Continence Aids Payment Scheme The Australian Government provides an annual payment to eligible Australians to help pay for continence products.
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Directory of Continence Appliances () 3rd edn. Association of Continence Advisors, Kensington High Street, London, W14 8NS Google Scholar Hospital Equipment and Supplies : R. Carroll.
BOOKS FOR FURTHER READING Association of Continence Advisers () Directory of Continence Aids and Appliances, 4th edn ACA, London. (Reference book for nurses and other professionals) Browne, B. () Management for Continence.
Mitcham, Age Concern England. (A useful guide for those working in residential accommoda tion). xiv. skin health and continence products xiii. products for preventing or containing faecal incontinence xii.
catheters xi. mechanical devices for men with urinary incontinence x. mechanical devices for women with urinary incontinence ix. bodyworn urinals viii. urine drainage bags and accessories vii. sheaths vi. absorbent products v. commodes and bedpans iv. Company Directory The companies listed in this directory sell a wide variety of products for managing or treating incontinence.
Click on the company name or logo to access the company page for a full description of the company and their product offerings. The National Continence Helpline, 33 00 66, can provide information on aids and appliances and where they can be purchased. The Continence Foundation of Australia website also has a continence product supplier directory to assist you in locating a supplier in your area.
Toileting aids fall into two broad categories as they either: Enable safe and hygienic use of a toilet – e.g. toilet frames, raised toilet seats, bottom wipers. Provide an alternative to the toilet – e.g. commodes, bed-pans, handheld urinals, urine directors.
Click on the pictures below for more information. Home / Get help / Service providers Service providers There are a wide range of continence service providers available to help diagnose, treat and manage incontinence.
When completing a continence prescription form, 6 or 12 month supply is required to be ordered for the quantity instead of three monthly. Application and Prescription Form - Continence All new applications for SWEP products require completed Aids and Equipment application form and a SWEP prescription form/Continence.
CONTINENCE SERVICE If you have any English language difficulties, please ask staff to book an interpreter. From home contact the Telephone Interpreter Service on 13 Advice on use of continence aids and appliances Assistance with applications for funding. The prescriber will work with the applicant to ensure the most suitable continence aid is prescribed, and then complete and submit the Continence Aids Application Form.
After the initial supply, review applications for ongoing supply must be made every three years or where there is a change to the type of continence aids. The RAP supplies aids and appliances to help veterans to: maximise independence; improve quality of life; minimise the impact of disabilities; Aids or appliances can include: continence products; mobility and functional support aids; personal response systems; home medical oxygen; diabetic supplies; continuous positive airways pressure (CPAP) supplies.
Continence Service About us. We aim to provide excellent, evidence-based continence assessment and management to outpatients. Our continence clinic aims to provide support and assistance to patients who suffer from urinary or faecal incontinence, and their families or carers.
It may be recommended that you pay for continence aids and appliances if you are not eligible for a continence funding scheme.
Some specialist eq. uipment is available for loan (eg. enuresis alarms. and. electro-stimulation. equipment) if they are. recommended as part of a. Referrals to the Armadale Health Service Continence Clinic are accepted from specialists (i.e. urologists, gynaecologists etc), general practitioners (GPs) and patients (self referral).
Please fax all referrals to us on and include the reasons for the referral and the patient’s medical history. The continence products considered here may be divided into two broad types (Fig II-1): products to prevent incontinence by assisting toileting; and pro-ducts to manage urinary retention or to contain / control incontinence (urinary and / or faecal).
All toileting products can be useful for urinary and /. continence aids and appliances Our services are available to adults over the age of 18 who live in the ACT. No referral is required to use this service however booking are necessary.
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Some specialist equipment is available for loan if they are recommended as part of a monitored treatment program (eg enuresis alarms and electro-stimulation equipment). We are contacted for a number of reasons. Some request information on continence products, aids and appliances.
Some are looking for local bladder and bowel services and are surprised when we inform them that things can be done to treat, improve or better manage their situation. A recurrent theme in the literature is the importance of individual assessment to find products to suit the particular needs of each consumer.
This review indicates that the absence of research information about the effectiveness of continence aids and appliances. Continence Aids Payment Scheme Application Form. Applicant Details. State Postcode. Correspondence recipient. CAPS correspondence may be directed to a person other than the applicant, including to a family member or carer of the applicant.
A correspondence recipient will receive all of the applicant’s CAPS correspondence, including the.There are 4 different types of communication aids: Comprehensive Expressive Aids: These aids aim to meet most of a person’s communication needs throughout their day.
They include alphabet boards and communication boards and books, with a wide range of messages .Where continence aids and appliances are suggested, delivery of identified items will be organised and full instructions on how to apply to maximise their effectiveness demonstrated.
Ongoing assessment will be made either face to face or over the telephone, liaising with other health professionals as indicated.