Memory Care and Incontinence

Posted by Nathan S on Jun 27, 2019

Memory Care Units are dedicated areas of a nursing home or assisted living facility that are specifically design for adults with Alzheimer’s or other types of dementia. These units allow for adults … read more

Managing Incontinence After Stroke

Posted by Nathan S on May 29, 2019

May is National Stroke Awareness Month, and we have some important information for caregivers and those who have suffered a stroke.Strokes are a leading cause of incontinence; in fact, more than 50 pe … read more

Cancer, Radiation, and Incontinence

Posted by Nathan S on May 29, 2019

Many cancer patients experience incontinence as an effect of radiation treatment. Prostate cancer is the most common cancer among men, and bladder cancer is fourth. While bladder cancer is less c … read more

Autism and Incontinence

Posted by Nathan S on Apr 30, 2019

Autism isn’t a single disorder, but a spectrum of different types, also known as autism spectrum disorders (ASD). Each person with autism has different challenges and strengths. Autism is generally … read more

Polypharmacy and Incontinence

Posted by Nathan Sheffer on Mar 26, 2019

Polypharmacy is the term used to define taking multiple medications at the same time to treat one or more medical conditions. Regarding polypharmacy and incontinence, polypharmacy can have a negative … read more