Continence Support Service for Children with a Disability
This service aims to promote continence for children and young people with a disability.
Support is availble to families to encourage continence in their children.
Click on the links below for further information:
- How we help with your child's needs
- Does the nurse do home visits?
- Is my child eligible for this service?
- Do I need a referral for this service?
- Who do I contact to make an enquiry?
- What does this service cost?
- Where is the service located?
- What hours are you open?
- Can an interpreter be arranged?
How we help with your child's needs
The Continence Support Service provides education, support and financial assistance to chidlren and young people with a disability, who are incontinent.
Does the nurse do home visits?
Home visits can be arranged when required.
Is my child eligible?
Children and young people aged 5-15 years with a permanent disbability who are incontinent and live in the municipalities of Hume or Moreland are eligible for this service.
Do I need a referral for this service?
Referrals are accepted from family members, medical or other health professionals, schools and early intervention programs.
Who do I contact for further enquiries?
Contact the Continence Support Service on (03) 8301 6200.
Where is the service located?
The service is centrally operated from our Broadmeadows campus located at
BIG Steps| Early Childhood Intervention Service
1 Sorrento St
Is there a cost?
The service is free to eligible people.
What are your hours?
This is a part-time service only.
Can an interpreter be arranged?
An interpreter can be arranged upon request.