Continence Advisor - Wyong- Northern Sydney Central Coast Health
The Clinical Nurse Consultant Continence Advisor provides individual consultation on bladder and bowel problems. The clinic is based at Wyong Central Community Health Centre and an appointment is necessary. The nurse is skilled in continence management and provides a confidential and professional service including a comprehensive assessment, identification of contributing factor, educational advise and an ongoing management program. Clients who are unable to attend the clinic for an appointment will be referred to the community nursing service for a home continence assessment.
38A Pacific Hwy
(02) 4356 9300
Assist with bladder incontinence, faecal incontinence for any age. Pelvic floor exercises and bladder training. Assessment for aids and appliances - PADP/DVA/CAAS or self purchase. Education - of self care, urethral catheter and supra pubic catherer management in the home. Assistance for enuretic children and encoporetic children.Visit supplier >
Range of nursing services provided in the home following assessment of persons needs, including wound management, continence care and nursing care. Nursing service for frail aged & people with disabilities, as well as general public. Includes advocacy, palliative care, advice on health issues & hearing clinic. Home visits are available (first visit) for parents with a new baby who live within the Shire. Services for children are available at Early Childhood Centres or Community Nursing Clinics in Primary Schools. Referral through self, family, medical or agency. Referrals from other agencies through the CIARR form. Palliative care & in-home nursing require an in-home interview with clients & their carers.Visit supplier >
Hello, I am a mum of two small children aged 1 and 3. I have been thinking of the value of community and would love to reach out to the older generation who may be missing their family or not have any. I'm not sure how to go about it. I'd love to take some time to visit or meet with a group of friendly people . I think it might bring some joy to some and my children will have the benefit of getting to know a different generation.Visit member >
We would like to bring to your attention the Award-Winning Spirit of Anzac Centenary Experience, Australia’s largest travelling exhibition, visiting 23 towns and cities across Australia until April 2017. The exhibition is heading to International Convention Centre Sydney, for its final tour dates from 15 - 27 April and we hope it will be of interest to you and your community.
This free exhibition is a government initiative commemorating the Anzac Centenary and has won awards for experiential design, innovation and technical achievement. Boasting the best in technological design and interactive environments, this experience immerses the viewer into a sensory journey. The Experience features artefacts from the Australian War Memorial that tell the story of Australia’s involvement in the First World War, and all wars, conflicts and peacekeeping operations to the present day. You can watch a preview of the exhibition here.
It is a Free exhibition but visitors will need to register for tickets on the official website http://www.spiritofanzac.gov.au or by calling: 1300 462 313. Group Bookings & Schools Welcomed.