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Motherdaughter_iStock-486421687Is having your parent who lives with dementia in your home fine except for - ugh! - incontinence problems? Read about the common struggle of ruined furniture and carpets on the Egosancares blog:

Continue reading on Egosancares for more insight into how to cope with someone who lives with dementia and has developed incontinence: 

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