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Home visiting Nursing service for people who have bladder and bowel incontinence or dysfunction. We see people of all ages, as well as those that have cultural and linguistic diverse backgrounds.




Consistent Compassionate Continence Care

Continence care for all ages, cultures and background
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Mission Statement

Our Mission is to empower people with bladder and bowel dysfunction to engage in opportunities of their choice in a supported and inclusive way.


Provide people with an individual assessment of their bladder and bowel dysfunction.

In collaboration with you and your carers, we will provide best practice options for treatment, management, and containment of your incontinence.

Vision Statement

Continuous compassionate continence care for all ages, cultures, and backgrounds.


Respect – we respect people, value diversity and are committed to equality.

Empathy – We understand what others are going through and are here to provide support.

Openness – We are committed to a culture of teamwork and collaboration with our clients, their loved one or carers and our stakeholders.

Honesty – in all that we do, in all that we say, in all that we create.

Integrity – we will be consistent in what and how we do our business. We will adhere to strong moral and ethical values in all that we do.

Quality – We work towards excellence through continuous improvement.

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Sue Blinman founder of Continence Nurses Australia

Sue is a Registered Nurse with in excess of 30 years of experience in the continence assessment and management area. She is empathic and has great insight into the struggles of those suffering from continence issues. She has had experience in developing and managing the Continence Service at St Vincent’s Hospital, Melbourne where she worked for over 20 years.

Her more recent role was in management at the National Continence Helpline. Included in this role was active involvement in various projects with the Continence Foundation of Australia; projects included webinars relating to continence management in aged care, special needs children and children within the school environment.

Her extensive experience and continence product knowledge are enhanced by her Post Graduate Certification in Gerontology, Post Graduate Certification in Continence and Post Graduate Diploma in Urology and Continence Nursing.

Podcast episodes and webinars with Sue Blinman:

Podcast link


Webinar links

Continence Care for Older Australians in the Rural and Remote Settings webinar 1 and 2


Session 1: 60 minutes | recorded 27 March 2019


Session 2: 60 minutes | recorded 1 May 2019

Special needs children and their toileting webinar

60 minutes | recorded 3 April 2019

Continence Nurses Australia care for all ages and disabilities
Continence care for older Australians still in their own home
Continence care for all ages
Home visiting service in Doreen, Victoria
Useful Resources


  • Eric UK – resources for children with bladder and bowel dysfunction






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