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When it comes to water safety and the importance of swimming lessons in the early years, you really only have to listen to one person: champion swim coach Laurie Lawrence. 

In a recent article, Mr Lawrence said, “The report from Royal Lifesaving showed we lost 29 kids under four – that’s just crazy stuff,”. The water safety campaigner was appalled by the number of children under five years old who had lost their lives and urged extended families to help time-poor parents.

Mr Lawrence suggests in the article from the Gold Coast Bulletin, that perhaps...

Urinary Incontinence - are you dealing with it? 

You can imagine that at Conni, we take phone calls and emails from people living with it, we visit nursing conferences with experts helping to improve it and we are always listening to how our products are used and why.

We also have the good fortune of good relationships with clinicians in the field of incontinence.

Occupational Therapists, Continence Nurses, Royal District Nurses, Community Nurses, Urologists, Physiotherapists, Health and Fitness professionals just to name a few.

Conni's own Suze Callahan flew to Adelaide last week for the annual CoNSA conference to deliver the 2016 Conni Award.
A great time as always catching up with the clinicians and catching up with the goss!  

CONGRATULATIONS TO Janie Thompson, winner of the Conni Award.
Of course Congratulations to Vicki Patton for the Commendation Award.

Thank you to all who applied for the Award, we encourage you to keep applying each year, keep learning, keep delivering new ideas, keep up the research and development.  

The Conni Awards have been running since 2004 when our inaugural winner Donna...

It's ok to feel many emotions when dealing with change.
Some changes however, like working out how to manage incontinence in your life can command a sense of hopelessness eventually leading to many forms of depression.
Eventually you may withdraw from forms of social interaction or your normal activity and a new normal way of life becomes acceptable.

Research in the UK has suggested that 4 out of every 10 post-natal women are feeling embarrassment over talking about urinary incontinence, or "light bladder leakage".

At Conni, we know and understand that some LBL is a normal and natural part of many women's lives, particularly after childbirth.

Men who are living with stress/urge incontinence will find pelvic floor muscle training can help.

The floor of the pelvis is made up of layers of muscle and other tissues. These layers stretch like a hammock from the tailbone at the back, to the pubic bone in front.

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