I Will Manage: Meeting the Challenge of Incontinence
The I Will Manage program--the first of its kind in the nation--enables healthcare professionals to reach out to those in their communities who suffer from incontinence and provide them with the education, support, and care that can change their lives. It is a health professional led, community-based, multidisciplinary program to teach people about types of incontinence, and the products, devices, procedures, and medications that are available to them.
Special Offer to Chicago Regional Health Care Centers
The Simon Foundation is available to partner with your health center (assisted living facility, hospital, or clinic) in the Chicago or greater Chicagoland area to make an I Will Manage presentation. To find out more about this opportunity, please email the program coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org. Our thanks to the Astellas USA Foundation for their unrestricted educational grant which makes this program possible.
Join the Anti-Stigma Campaign!
On June 25th, 2003, the Simon Foundation for Continence launched its third decade of service with several events, including a groundbreaking international conference entitled, "Stigma in Healthcare: Understanding the Psychology of the Stigma of Incontinence." This campaign has now become a new organization. To visit the new organization, click HERE.
Books (costs include shipping)
Enuresis: A Guide to the Treatment of Enuresis for Professionals, by C. Blackwell.
Managing Incontinence: A Guide to Living with Loss of Bladder Control, edited by Cheryle B. Gartley
Defeating Stigma Campaign
CD Single: "I Am More" by Gaia Tossing
Stigma-Free Zone Poster: Laminated 8x10 full-color
A Time for Action
Page last modified 24 September 2012