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Sandwich Generation and Incontinence

Posted by Nathan S on Aug 29, 2019

Sandwich Generation and Incontinence

The Sandwich Generation is the group of adults, typically ages 40-60, who are simultaneously caring for both a child (or multiple children) and an aging parent. They are referred to as this becau …

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Posted by Nathan S on Jul 29, 2019

7 Signs of Caregiver Stress with Incontinence

Providing care to someone in need is an extremely noble, honorable, and selfless choice. Caregiving has been shown to be very rewarding and many caregivers would not have it any other way. However, …

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Posted by Nathan S on Jul 29, 2019

Women’s Pelvic Health

The pelvic area and pelvic floor are central to maintaining bladder and bowel control. A woman’s pelvic region include the reproductive organs, rectum, bladder, and other muscles and organs. Pelvic …

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Posted by Nathan S on Jun 27, 2019

The Hidden Costs of Incontinence

In over 25 years of servicing adults with incontinence, long-term care communities, and assisted living communities, we’ve learned that the cost of incontinence is a lot like an iceberg. When it co …

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Posted by Nathan S on Jun 27, 2019

Memory Care and Incontinence

Does dementia cause incontinence? If the person is physically healthy, why would they become incontinent? All great questions! And we’re …

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Posted by Nathan S on May 29, 2019

Managing Incontinence After Stroke

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 …

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