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Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust Southern Health Covid-19 Service Changes


Our Continence Nurses and Advisors can offer support, assessments, treatment and advice to individuals over 18 years of age who have bladder and or bowel problems.

The Continence Service can also provide advice, education and support to other members of the healthcare profession throughout Southern Health  as well as support to carers and families.

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Accessing this service    

We see individuals via video appointment, in clinics which are run at different locations across Hampshire or at home. (Please be aware there may be some areas that we do not cover due to Service Level Agreements (SLA)).    

Make a self-referral
You can self refer yourself to the team for help and support. Please download the continence referral form and return to us as soon as possible. You can also:

Patient Information
Whilst you are waiting for an appointment you can download our information sheet which gives you more information on our services and also provides some handy hints and tips.

You can also find out more about incontinence via these links:

What do our patients say:

"Our resident felt really pleased with the service and felt she was listened to and that her views were important. Sometimes people in care homes feel their autonomy is removed and that they are a bystander to decisions being made for them. We really appreciate the fact you were able to do this."

"So many people don’t know about this service or are reluctant to use it. It has changed my life. Thank you!"

"I was very pleased with the way I was treated. Incontinence is rather personal and something one doesn’t like to talk about. I was put at ease and I was able to talk about my journey and felt listened to."

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