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Continence aids

Subsidy funding is available under the Medical Aids Subsidy Scheme (MASS) to support eligible children and adults who require continence aids.


Available equipment

Eligible prescribers

In rural and remote areas, Indigenous Health Workers and/or an Enrolled Nurse where there is evidence of consultation with one of the above MASS designated prescribers.

How to prescribe

Specific eligibility, application and documentation requirements are provided in both the MASS General Guidelines (PDF, 474kB) and Application Guidelines for Continence Aids. The prescriber will work with the applicant to ensure the most suitable continence aid is prescribed, and then complete and submit the Continence Aids Application Form. After the initial supply, review applications for ongoing supply must be made every three years or where there is a change to the type of continence aids. Your client must be clinically reviewed/approved every three years to maintain their ongoing eligibility for continence aids.

Note: For reapplications of continence aids where there is no change to the type of continence aids, clients/carers and prescribers are able to telephone MASS directly to place an order.

Application guidelines (including current subsidy amounts)

Application form

Approved continence products

Approved suppliers

Clinical guidelines and resources

Advice and clinical support

Information for applicants

Find out about:

Products and suppliers

Find a list of continence products and suppliers approved by the Medical Aids Subsidy Scheme.

Clinical guidelines and resources

Find useful resources for continence aid prescribers and their clients.

Last Updated: 19 March 2015
Last Reviewed: 19 March 2015