This fact sheet is a guide to the national and state funding schemes to assist people with the cost of purchasing continence products.
Working with an accredited interpreter is very important when providing education to culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) groups, particularly on the subject of incontinence. This fact sheet provides guidelines and suggestions on how to work effectively with an interpreter when conducting a group presentation.
The use of accredited interpreters is very important in the healthcare setting to assist in meeting the needs of clients and health professionals alike. This fact sheet outlines how to work effectively with an interpreter in a continence assessment to ensure the best outcomes for all involved.
This fact sheet has been designed to provide interpreters with a better understanding of what to expect when asked to interpret for a client attending a continence assessment. This fact sheet will help interpreters to work within a setting where the topic is sensitive and the investigative procedure may be invasive.