We provide support to maintain your privacy, comfort, and independence at home.

Our qualified Continence Nurse Advisors can visit you and assess your current condition. We can then provide a personalised management plan with a tailored routine, exercises, and advice to improve your continence at home.

We can help you:

  • manage your condition and symptoms
  • access and use continence products
  • manage your continence funding.

Find out how to get started, so you can receive care at home, call our Contact Centre staff or complete our contact form today.

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Refer to us

If you are a health professional, here’s how you can refer your patients to the CMAS program.


Continence Management & Advice Services

Availability

The CMAS program is available in Perth and some regional areas in Western Australia (WA). 

Availability varies by location and capacity. Contact us to see what is available in your area.


Eligibility

People aged 16 and over, permanent residents in WA for over six months, and with consistent incontinence for more than six months may be eligible for this program.

You can speak to your health professional for more information and to get a referral, or contact us.





Cost

This program is funded by the Department of Health WA and is free for clients with a referral.




News feature

Risk factors for incontinence include gender (women are more likely to develop incontinence due to pregnancy, childbirth and menopause), ageing, being overweight, smoking, family history and some neurological diseases.