Incontinence can be very upsetting for people with Alzheimer’s and dementia. This range of products is designed to provide discreet, comfortable solutions. There’s a wide selection of stylish pants to maintain dignity (feminine lacy knickers and sculptured trunks) and pads and bedding to keep you dry all night long. The clever toileting aids include brightly coloured toilet seats and grab rails to prevent accidents and maintain good hygiene. If you’re worried about a possible Urinary Tract Infection (which can make incontinence worse) take a look at the UTI detection pads.


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