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Department for Communities and Social Inclusion

Disability Services

Continence Resource Centre

The Continence Resource Centre (CRC) is a state-wide continence information and advisory service located at the Independent Living Centre (ILC).

There are many different causes of incontinence, and much can be done to improve or cure incontinence problems.

Continence Resource Centre services

The Centre is staffed by a registered nurse who provides information and advice on bladder and bowel problems. Our services include:

  • information and advice on continence management and services
  • a product display including toileting equipment and adaptive clothing
  • fact sheets, brochures, videos, CDs and books
  • health promotion activities
  • education sessions and seminars.

We also promote activities such as Continence Awareness Week each August.

Information and services are available to all community members, including people with disabilities, carers, their families and health professionals. Equipment and products to help with continence can be seen in the online catalogue.

The Continence Resource Centre is affiliated with the Continence Foundation of Australia that provides information, research, project support and literature for distribution in the community.

Contacting Continence Resource Centre staff

You will need to book an appointment to make sure the registered nurse is available when you visit.

You can also phone or email us for individualised advice. A health professional will answer your questions and can send information to you by email, post or fax.

Phone: 1300 885 886 (SA/NT callers only)
Fax: +61 8 8266 5263

Continence Resource Centre
(located within the Independent Living Centre)
11 Blacks Road
Gilles Plains SA 5086

(Map of the Independent Living Centre location)

Opening hours: 9.00 am to 4.00 pm, Monday to Friday (by appointment only)

More information

Other websites

Continence on, information and services for South Australians


Phone the National Continence Helpline (opens a new web site) on 1800 33 00 66.

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