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When to Change an Adult Diaper

by Bryan Mercer November 08, 2012 1 min read

Long exposure to urine and fecal matter can lead to skin infections and diaper rashes. That’s why it’s best to change an adult diaper as soon as soiling occurs and use special pH balanced cleaners, wipes, and creams. Caregivers should check on the individual every few hours, especially if the wearer lacks the mental capability of realizing that he or she needs to be changed.
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5 Tips for Helping Elderly Parents with Incontinence

by Bryan Mercer October 11, 2012 2 min read

Caring for an aging parent with incontinence can be tough. Responsibilities can become overwhelming and stressful. Here are some useful tips on how to help your incontinent parent manage his or her condition.
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Top 5 Tips on Caring for Your Bedridden Loved One

by Bryan Mercer October 09, 2012 1 min read

When taking care of a wheelchair-bound or bedridden patient with incontinence, it’s important to focus on their physical and emotional wellbeing. Here are five tips for caregivers to help make caring for their loved ones easier.
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3 Steps to Healthy Skin While Managing Incontinence

by Bryan Mercer October 08, 2012 1 min read

Skin health is crucial when you’re managing urinary incontinence. Without proper perineal care, pressure ulcers and diaper rashes may develop, resulting in great discomfort and skin breakdown. We recommend a three-step approach to incontinence skin care.
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What incontinence product would you use for your dad?

by Chelsea Wardach October 02, 2012 2 min read

People often ask me, as a National Incontinence customer service representative, what I would use for my aging parents, but until recently, I didn’t have any personal experience to share. Recently, my dad began suffering from incontinence, and my mom, his primary caregiver, asked me for advice. Here are the incontinence products we are using and why.
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