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Tips for Caring for A Person Living with Dementia Who Has Become Incontinent

Motherson_shutterstock_1155837076 (1)Are you caring for someone who has dementia of any type and in addition, has developed incontinence? Do they forget to use the bathroom or resist your help? We all know that your loved one isn't trying to cause problems, but it's still a problem. There are no easy fixes, but there are some things that you can do to ease your workload:

Read on for some tips on management of incontinence with dementia on Egsoancares blog:

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