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...With that in mind, here's a brief report for readers on some of the more common reasons that young adults may live with incontinence. This isn’t an exhaustive list, but I think that people can get the message. Read more →


Dear PE: Most of us who’ve spent hours with someone inassisted living or a nursing home understand your dilemma. You want to bepresent for your dad, but neither of you enjoys just sitting there with nothingto say or do. Now, as you mentioned, most people in your situation are using videowhich adds another layer of awkwardness. Read more →


Many of your older adults’ friends have likely had times when urinary problems have challenged them. Some of these situations can be resolved with a medical intervention... Read more →


Many conditions can carry as a side effect some degree of fecal incontinence, so if you are affected, or someone you care for is struggling with the issue, having a better understanding of the potential causes could help ease the way toward treatment or acceptance. Read more →


One of the things that brings me joy in my role with Egosan is their customer service. As a consumer, I feel that how a customer is treated when they have a question or problem is a top priority... Read more →


...This is also the reason that many people complain that their loved one living with dementia will urinate in inappropriate places. Men will often find a corner – any corner – to relieve themselves. A woman may find a different chair to sit in while she urinates thinking that she’s on the toilet. Read more →


This list is only a start, but avoiding or rewording these questions and statements may improve your caregiving partnership... Read more →