Mary’s friends wonder why she won’t come out with them as much anymore. They feel hurt and sometimes offended when Mary begs off outings with them and some of her friends have even stopped calling. Mary feels alone and isolated but what her friends don’t know is she struggling with a diagnosis of incontinence at age 39. She isn’t sure she is using the right incontinence products to help her manage her symptoms.
Sara age 56 is constantly torn between helping her Father who has recently moved in with her and taking care of her needs and other family members. Her Dad’s incontinence symptoms and his reluctance to deal with them has left her tired and worn out due to the extra work of caring for him and trying to find the right incontinence supplies.
Mark age 79 is struggling with managing his own incontinence symptoms after recently completing treatment for prostate cancer. He wonders if he will ever be able to get back to the activities he enjoys without always worrying about his incontinence becoming noticeable to others.
These are only a few examples of the silent battles being fought by many Americans today. As the population lives longer many middle age adults are finding they are becoming caregivers when they never expected to. In addition, over 25 million adults of various ages, both genders, and all health status are dealing with incontinence symptoms of their own. This can create feelings of isolation, stress, and even depression as individuals struggle to find the right solution for their incontinence management needs. The good news is whether you are dealing with your own incontinence symptoms or those of a loved one you are caregiving for there is help, information and support available.
At The Caregiver Partnership they understand the needs of those dealing with incontinence and those who are caregiving. Their knowledgeable staff of female caregivers can help you find the support and items you need regardless of your situation. They also offer a Caregiver Resource Library with over 1500 articles on all caregiving related topics. There is also offer an extensive range of incontinence supplies which can fit the needs of any specific individual who is dealing with incontinence. If you have questions you can call them at 1-800-985-1353.
What’s the best product for me or my loved one?
It can be overwhelming to try and determine exactly what incontinence supplies you or the loved one in your care may need. There are more choices than ever before and they’re changing all the time. This creates more confusion. The Caregiver Partnership understands this and have created an easy to use style guide that explains all the style options which can help you determine what incontinence products are right for you or you can call and speak with one of their knowledgeable ladies. The guide breaks down all the different product types (13 in all), provides a drawing of each, its absorbency level, if its for a man, woman or either, if its intended for urinary or fecal or both and when a person would consider using it.
Get real help from real people.
Since 2004, The Caregiver Partnership has been helping people just like you. Unlike the big box stores which usually only offer 3 brands of incontinence products, The CareGiver Partnership shops the world over to find the best incontinence products - those used by consumers and professionals alike. We offer over 733 choices. Ten times more brands, styles, sizes and absorbencies than even the big box stores. And, we have knowledgeable Product Specialists you can speak with when you call 1-800-985-1353.
However, even when you have an idea of what incontinence products you are looking for it can still be overwhelming. That’s why the free & easy Incontinence Product Finder was developed. It saves you time, money and frustration by making it easy to sort through hundreds of products - fast. The video below explains how it works.
Consumers wasting $130 buying incontinence products
Did you know those buying incontinence products for the first time waste $130 on average in trial and error mode trying to figure out what will work best for them. This is research from the makers of Depend and Poise. The CareGiver Partnership recognizes this and that’s why they provide online tools to help you select the best choice. They also have a team of Product Specialist who are expert on all the products offered and can send you samples ($3.49 each) to try before you buy. Questions? Call them at 1-800-985-1353.
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