How Should a Caregiver Deal with Incontinence?

Types Urinary incontinence affects persons of all ages, and to understand the type of incontinence your care recipient is experiencing will help you provide better care.  The five common types of urinary incontinence are: Stress – The leakage of small amounts of urine due to sudden pressure on the bladder experience when laughing, coughing, exercising or…

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Caregiving-How to Cope with Stress

The demands that come along with caring for someone else are endless, and often times caregivers lose focus of their own needs when putting someone else’s ahead of theirs. The following are tips for reducing the stress that inevitably coincides with taking care of another person.

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