Incontinence can stress out patient and the caregiver
Here are seven tips to ease anguish and the six things you should not say

As people age, their ability to control bladder and bowel functions can decrease for a variety of reasons. 

Sometimes, the reason is reversible (such as a urinary tract infection). Other times, the situation can’t be changed. 

If you’re providing care for a loved one with incontinence, you can take steps to minimize stress on both of you. 

These seven tips may help you... Read More

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