Continence Care in Aged Care

Continence Care in Aged Care

The Royal Commission into Aged Care has shown a need to dramatically improve the way we care for older people in residential aged care who have incontinence and bowel and bladder care needs.

If you’re a resident, carer, family member or friend of a person living in a residential aged care home, you are encouraged to participate in a very important 10-minute survey conducted by the National Ageing Research Institute (NARI).

You’ll be helping NARI develop a best-practice model of continence care and be automatically eligible to win one of three $40 Coles-Myer gift vouchers.

Click here to participate in the survey.