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Welcome to PromoCon

PromoCon provides a national service, working as part of Disabled Living, Manchester to improve the life for all people with bladder or bowel problems by offering product information, advice and practical solutions to both professionals and the general public.

PromoCon employs a multidisciplinary team of people who work with other services and organisations to develop improvements for people who have continence difficulties. Click here to meet the team. 

 

Advice for Adults

Get advice about bladder and bowel problems.

Advice for Adults

Advice for Children

Advice for children with continence problems

Advice for Children

Ano Rectal Malformations
(ARMs)

Support

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Useful Links

Useful links on the web.

Useful Links

Publications and Resources

For general public amd professionals

Publications and Resources

Training

Continence
promotion and management

Training

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    This month talkhealth have launched an online survey focusing on urinary incontinence to coincide with our Online Clinic on Bladder, Bowel & Digestive Health. When the survey has closed we will randomly select one lucky winner to be sent a £50 M&S voucher. . Whether you, or someone you know is living with urinary incontinence do take a couple of minutes to complete our survey

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