World continence week toolkit

Let’s raise awareness of continence issues before and during world continence week, Monday, June 20 – Sunday, June 26, 2022.

Infographic

Many patients are not aware how common incontinence is. Our infographic puts these symptoms in perspective. Download it today and let your patients know that they are not alone.

An illustrated graphic featuring information on World Continence Week

Social media

We made it easy with pictures and text below that you can use on your professional or clinic social media profiles. Each post has a picture and text, make sure you use the picture and text together.  

Here’s how to post in 5 easy steps:  
 
Step 1: Download the images from this web page, just right click on the pictures, and save them to your device.  Images and GIFs are sized specifically for each channel. 
Step 2: Log into your profile on the channel and open a new post.  
Step 3: Copy the corresponding text off this web page. Just right click on the text and highlight what you want to copy. Then paste the text into the post.  Add your clinic phone number where you see “(XXX) XXX-XXXX.” 
Step 4: Add the image to the post.  
Step 5: Publish!  


Facebook

  1. World Continence Week, June 20-26, is here! It’s a good time to talk about what nobody wants to talk about – leaks and accidents. If you’re constantly looking for the nearest bathroom, you are not alone! 37 million adults have OAB1 in the US today. Get more info at http://ControlLeaks.com. #WorldContinenceWeek
A Facebook post promoting World Continence Week
  1. If leaks make it hard to leave the house, and you’ve tried everything, we’re here to say, “Don’t give up!” During World Continence Week - and all year round, we’re here to help you find a treatment that works. If you’re ready to start the conversation, so are we. Give us a call at (XXX) XXX-XXXX and see how we can help. #WorldContinenceWeek
A Facebook post promoting World Continence Week
  1. Do you have leaks and sometimes just can’t resist the urge to go? Or is it hard to know when you need to go? World Continence Week is the perfect time to start the conversation about it, and we’re here for it. Give us a call at (XXX) XXX-XXXX. #WorldContinenceWeek
A Facebook post promoting World Continence Week
  1. As we wrap up World Continence Week, we hope you feel encouraged to talk about leaks. The InterStimTM system has been prescribed to over 350,000 people for treating leaks, it’s one option if other things you’ve tried haven’t worked. We want you to know that we understand how hard it is. When you’re ready, call us at (XXX) XXX-XXXX.

    Risks may include surgical, device, stim-related complications. See Important Safety Info: bit.ly/39qrXvl #WCW2022
A LinkedIn post promoting World Continence Week

Twitter

  1. Today is the start of #WorldContinenceWeek and we're here to help start the conversation about leaks. Over 37 million adults have OAB1 in the US, if you struggle with the urge to go, you're not alone. Get info at http://ControlLeaks.com.
A Twitter post promoting World Continence Week
  1. During #WorldContinenceWeek and all year round, we’re here to help you find a treatment that works. It all starts with a conversation. If you're tired of struggling with the urge to go, call us at (XXX) XXX-XXXX to get started today. 
A Twitter post promoting World Continence Week
  1. Having the urge to go is common, but it’s not normal and it certainly doesn’t have to rule your life. #WorldContinenceWeek is the perfect time to talk about the leaks that bother you. We’re here to listen and help, call us at (XXX) XXX-XXXX. #WCW2022
A Twitter post promoting World Continence Week
  1. As we come to the end of #WorldContinenceWeek, we hope this is just the start of talking about leaks. We want to help you get the right treatment to stop leaks and get more out of your life. Talk to us, we understand (XXX) XXX-XXXX.
A Twitter post promoting World Continence Week

LinkedIn

  1. As World Continence Week begins this year, let's start the conversation. Leaks may be a difficult topic but living with the urge to go isn’t easy either. Over 37 million adults have Overactive Bladder (OAB)1 in the US today, so you’re not alone if you struggle with bladder leaks. Talk about it and get more info at http://ControlLeaks.com. #WorldContinenceWeek
A LinkedIn post promoting World Continence Week
  1. Leaks can sneak up on you over time, they start small. Before you know it, you are taking extra clothes everywhere you go and always worried about finding a bathroom. And it’s so embarrassing to talk about. World Continence Week is the perfect time to remind you that we want to talk about it. We’re here to help find treatment that works to stop your leaks. Give us a call at (XXX) XXX-XXXX to get started today.  #WorldContinenceWeek
A LinkedIn post promoting World Continence Week
  1. If leaks, accidents, or the urge to go has ruled your life long enough, let’s talk about it. During World Continence Week and all year round, we’re here to help you start the conversation and find a solution. Now’s a great time to ask questions and learn more about your options, so give us a call at (XXX) XXX-XXXX. #WorldContinenceWeek
A LinkedIn post promoting World Continence Week
  1. World Continence Week is coming to a close, but there’s always time to talk about leaks. If you’re ready to start a conversation, call us at (XXX) XXX-XXXX and learn about your options, including the InterStimTM systems which has been prescribed to over 350,000 patients. Risks may include surgical, device, stim-related complications. See Important Safety Info: bit.ly/39qrXvl #WorldContinenceWeek
A LinkedIn post promoting World Continence Week

Instagram

  1. As World Continence Week begins, let's start the conversation about leaks and accidents. We know it's not an easy topic to talk about, but when Over 37 million adults in the US have OAB1, it's a conversation worth having. If you're constantly looking for the nearest bathroom and are ready to start your conversation, call us at (XXX)XXX-XXXX. #WorldContinenceWeek
An Instagram post promoting World Continence Week
  1. Living with leaks and accidents can be limiting, but it doesn't have to control your life. If you’re ready to start the conversation, we’re here to help you find a solution during World Continence Week and all year round. Give us a call at (XXX)XXX-XXXX. #WorldContinenceWeek
An Instagram post promoting World Continence Week
  1. Leaks and accidents often come at the worst time, but right now is one of the best times to start a conversation about it. During World Continence Week and all year round, we’re ready to listen and help you find a solution that works. Call us now at (XXX) XXX-XXXX. #WorldContinenceWeek
An Instagram post promoting World Continence Week
  1. World Continence Week is almost over, but the conversation about leaks can begin at anytime. If you’re ready to find a solution, we’re here to help you find a treatment that works for you. For more info, call us at (XXX) XXX-XXXX. #WorldContinenceWeek
An Instagram post promoting World Continence Week

References
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  1. Stewart WF, et al. Prevalence and burden of overactive bladder in the United States. World J Urol. 2003 May; 20(6):327–336.

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