Continence Resources


 

The Nurse Continence Advisor (NCA) role is an independent practice model for registered nurses focusing on conservative methods of managing incontinence. The NCA role was developed in England in the early 1970's and is now well established in most health districts. The NCA education program was developed in Ontario in 1995. The training of the first 37 NCAs was funded by the Ontario Ministry of Health to help address the problem of incontinence in the community Home Care Programs. CLICK HERE


The Canadian Continence Foundation strives to encourage consumers to seek help from a healthcare professional and not suffer in silence. We provide a wealth of information on incontinence, as we believe consumers are "taking charge of their healthcare" and information is power. CLICK HERE

This book has been written out of concern for all women that quietly suffer from urinary incontinence. The Candian Continence Foundation reports that urinary incontinence occurs in 1 out of 4 women middle-aged or older. Uringary incontinence is an issue that many people do not talk about. Children are praised and rewarded when they gain control of their bladders. As adults, many hide behind bathroom doors, use special products and home made remedies to catch urine and cover up incontinence accidents. CLICK HERE

 

This book has been written out of concern for all men that quietly suffer from urinary incontinence. The Canadian Continence Foundation reports that urinary incontinence occurs in 10% of six year-olds and 15% of all men aged 60 years of age and older. Also, 75% of men 70 years or older will have a prostate problem. CLICK HERE

 

 

Nightingale Medical Nurse Continence Advisor (NCA) Consultations

Take control of a better life. Nightingale Medical offers Nurse Continence Advisor (NCA) consultations by appointment in the Vancouver area. Call today for more information or to book an appointment. CLICK HERE to view our continence brochure.