Additional Online Resources


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Additional Online Resources

If you’ve spent any time searching the internet for reliable content about incontinence or any other medical condition, there’s a good chance you’ve come across as much misinformation as good information. Even worse, it isn’t always easy to tell which is which.

The following list can be a big help. It contains vetted, reputable sources for important information on a range of conditions that are often associated with incontinence, as well as leading organizations and associations that may be of value to you as you follow your treatment path. If you’re aware of other quality groups or sites that we ought to consider adding to this list, please reach out to us by clicking here and letting us know.

Active Survivor’s Network –

Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality –

Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Disorders –

American Association of Retired Person –

American Cancer Society –

American Chronic Pain Association –

American Diabetes Association –

American Kidney Fund –

American Parkinson Disease Association, Inc. –

American Physical Therapy Association –

Association for the Bladder Exstrophy Community –

The ARC of the US, The Association for Retarded Citizens –

Biofeedback Certification International Alliance –

Bladder Cancer Advocacy Network –

Camp Kirk –

The Center for Information and Study on Clinical Research Participation – www.ciscrp

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Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation of America, Inc. –

Department of Health and Human Services Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Chronic Diseases Group –

Everyday Freedom – Medtronic Bladder and Bowel Therapies –

Everyday Health –

Families for Depression Awareness –

FDA Office of Minority Health –

Friends’ Health Connection –

Guide to Long Term Care Planning –

International Continence Society –

International Council on Active Aging –

International Longevity Center –

International Painful Bladder Foundation –

Interstitial Cystitis Association for America –

International Urogynecological Association –

Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation International –

Lance Armstrong Foundation –

Malecare, Men’s Health and Cancer –

Mental Health America –

Medtronic –

Multiple Sclerosis Association of America –

Muscular Dystrophy Association –

National Multiple Sclerosis Society –

Planned Parenthood Federation of America, Inc. National Medical Committee –

Pelvic & Urological Resources & Education Helping Others with Pelvic-Pain Everywhere (PURE HOPE) –

Prostatitis Foundation –

The National Association for Proton Therapy –

The National Caucus and Center on Black Aged –

The National Council of Aging –

The National Health Information Center –

The National Institutes of Health Office of Research on Women’s Health –

The National Kidney Foundation –

The National Medical Association –

The National Organization for Rare Disorders –

The National Organization for Women –

The National Parkinson Foundation –

The National Rehabilitation Information Center –

The National Spinal Cord Injury Association –

The National Stroke Association –

The National Vulvodynia Association –

The National Women’s Health Network –

HealthyWomen –

Older Women’s League –

Paraprofessional Healthcare Institute (PHI) –

Peyronie’s Disease Advocates –

Prostatitis Foundation –

Section on Women’s Health –

Spina Bifida Association –

Spinal Cord Injury Network International –

United Cerebral Palsy Association –

United Spinal Association –

The US Department of Health and Human Services Office on Women’s Health –

Urology Care Foundation (American Urological Association’s Foundation) –

US TOO International Prostate Cancer Education and Support –

Visiting Nurse Association of America –

Well Spouse Association –

World Federation of Incontinent Patients –