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BINS4Blokes is an Australia-wide awareness and advocacy campaign promoting the installation of incontinence bins in male public toilet facilities.

Continence Aids Payment Scheme (CAPS)

CAPS is an Australian Government program. It provides a payment to eligible people, to help with some of the costs of buying continence products.

Continence Foundation of Australia

The Continence Foundation of Australia exists to serve all Australians by promoting bladder, bowel and pelvic floor health. 


EnableNSW provides assistive technology and related services to people in NSW with specific, short term or ongoing health needs to assist them to live safely at home. We also provide financial assistance for people who have to travel significant distances to access specialist medical treatment which is not available locally.

Incontinence in Confidence

Bladder and bowel control problems can impact many parts of your life. In some cases, it can make you feel uneasy about hanging out with your friends. Lots of people worry that they’ll be teased if they have an accident in front of their friends. It’s normal to feel limited by incontinence at times, but by building your confidence you’ll be prepped to face any of life’s challenges.

National Public Toilet Map

The National Public Toilet Map shows the location of more than 19,000 public and private public facilities across Australia, including toilets, adult change and baby care. Information is provided about each toilet, such as location, accessibility details, opening hours and features like sharps disposal and showers.

The Toilet Map improves independence and quality of life for the estimated 4.8 million Australians who are affected by incontinence. It is also convenient for people with young families and those holidaying or travelling to new locations.

The Toilet Map is funded by the Australian Government Department of Health and Aged Care as part of the National Continence Program and is managed through the Continence Foundation of Australia.

Pelvic Floor First

Some people are more at risk of developing pelvic floor problems than others. 

These include:

  • women who are pregnant or have recently had a baby (postnatal)
  • women who have ever had a baby
  • women who are going through, or have been through, menopause
  • women who have had gynaecological surgery (e.g. hysterectomy)
  • men who have had prostate surgery
  • elite athletes such as gymnasts, runners or trampolinists.

Pelvic Floor Muscle Training for Women

A woman’s pelvic floor muscles support her bladder, uterus (womb) and bowel (colon). The urethra (urine tube), the vagina, and the rectum (back passage) all pass through the pelvic floor muscles. Pelvic floor muscles help control your bladder and bowel. They may also help sexual function.

Spinal Cord Injuries Australia

Spinal Cord Injuries Australia is all about promoting independence, and continues today with a proud history of providing consumer based support and rehabilitation services to people with physical disabilities.

Our journey began 40 years ago when we were formed as the Australian Quadriplegic Association.SCIA is a national, member based organisation.

We have physical locations in Sydney and regional New South Wales, Australian Capital Territory, Victoria, Queensland, South Australia and Western Australia, and we support people nationwide.