Continence Assessment Tool

Continence Assessment Tool

Incontinence is a widespread condition to describe involuntary loss of urine from the bladder (Continence Foundation Of Australia, 2020). It prevails in over 4.8 million Australians, making it a very common problem (Friendly Society Private Hospital, 2018).  ...
Accessible Housing

Accessible Housing

  96% of Australians with disability live in housing amongst the community (Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, 2020). These include homeowners, rentals, government housing, social housing or long-term care accommodation. A study by Anglicare in...
Support through Multiple Sclerosis

Support through Multiple Sclerosis

For those diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis (MS), daily activities can become a challenge, and the need for support may rapidly increase. These sudden changes can come as a shock. Anxiety, uncertainty and stress are identified as common emotional responses from the...
Hair Removal for Teens with Disability

Hair Removal for Teens with Disability

A 2009 study of teens with and without disability through puberty revealed more significant behavioural and sexual challenges for those with disability (Akrami & Davudi, 2014). As puberty sets in, teens with disability are faced with some new changes, including...
GPS location for people with dementia

GPS location for people with dementia

Dementia patients’ affected cognitive functions may result in boredom, confinement, and memory loss, leading to the common attribute of wandering or wayfaring. (Graham, 2019; Topfer, 2016). GPS technology can alert caregivers to an individual’s whereabouts and...