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OldManBedWalker_shutterstock_350506862_smallBeing a dementia caregiver is hard work in more ways than people who haven't done it can imagine. However, one practical problem is something most people can relate to which is that drenched sheets and/or furniture are something no one wants. The reality is that this is a struggle because improving this situation often means changing both our approach to incontinence and using better and more varied products. 

Continue reading for some tips about managing this problem as well as ideas that might help you deal with the practical side:

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