Talking to Your Loved One About Incontinence
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Talking to Your Loved One About Incontinence

With Easter this weekend and vaccinations rolling out across Canada, many people are seeing their elderly parents and grandparents in private residences and retirement homes possibly for the first time in weeks, if not months!

While your visit might be short, this is a great time to look for signs your loved one may need some help managing continence concerns. 

Below is a link to our Guide to Talking to Your Loved One About Continence Problems. This guide is downloadable and includes some tips on what to look for and how to approach the subject with dignity and care.

CLICK HERE to Download Our Complete Guide to Talking to Your Loved About Continence Problems.

As always, please don't hesitate to get in touch with us if you have any questions or need some assistance. We're always here to help.

Take care,

The Healthwick Team

1 comment

Apr 05, 2021
Barbara Rathlou

my husband is in a wheelchairrand requires assistance for every trip to the washroom. He wears a diaper and I wonder why the helpers at this home dont advise him to just use the diaper.

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