Understanding the Vital Importance of Continence Nursing in Healthcare In the world of healthcare, the concept of continence nursing may not be as widely discussed as other aspects of patient care. However, its importance cannot be overstated. Continence nursing plays a vital role in improving the quality of life for individuals who struggle with bladder […]
Comprehensive Continence Nurse Assessment
Comprehensive Bladder and Bowel assessment for all age groups
WeCare has experienced Registered Nurses who can help people with bladder and bowel health problems. People with incontinence must be assessed by a health care assistant. At Wecare we provide support to individuals and also the carers. An effective and safe assessment and care should be given to people with incontinence, so they have the freedom they deserve in their lives. And one thing people need to remember is that you are not alone. Incontinence is affecting women and men of all ages.
Professional help with toilet training
Poor toilet habits can lead to poor bowel and bladder health.Teaching kids to use toilet is a Hercules task, all you need in this process is patience. Some kids learn it so fast and some take longer. Never feel low seeing other kids doing it faster than yours. Always wait for the right time and read the signs of when your kid is ready for toilet training. Even after your training if the kid is not improving his skills, do not hesitate to reach out to the experts. At We Care the friendly staff will work with your kid to triumph over this hurdle so easily.
Our continence assessment helps with NDIS funding for aids, appliances, and managing the continence aids. We Care provides specialized advice for a variety of issues customized to each individual’s needs.
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Type of catheters
An indwelling catheter (IDC) is placed via the urethra to provide continuous drainage of urine from the bladder for the purpose of ongoing monitoring of urine output; to prevent or relieve urinary retention.
A suprapubic catheter (SPC) is surgically placed through the abdomen into the bladder to divert urine from the urethra.
An intermittent catheter involves inserting a catheter through the urethra at regular intervals. It is performed to prevent bladder distension and reduce urinary incontinence for the long term management of a neurogenic bladder
WeCare can provide assistance to Insert urethral and suprapubic catheter. Educate client and carer to carry out intermittent self-catheterisation. Our experienced nurses can review catheter management and recommend appropriate catheter products for your needs.
Our vision is to give freedom to people from the stigma and limitations of incontinence and lead a better and carefree life. Together we can bring in the best version of you and make you independent, so you set your boundaries, not incontinence.
Our mission is to serve and support the Australian community who suffer from bladder and
bowel incontinence. We are committed to providing tailored and unique incontinence care and providing people peace of mind.
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