Toileting Issues in the Elderly Articles
The Toilet Tweak that Can Keep an Older Adult Clean
Toilet bidets can be installed in current bathrooms to assist a senior with personal hygiene, increase independence and support independent living.3 Comments
Home Remedies for Elderly UTI: Tips from Family Caregivers
Family caregivers share their home remedies for how to stop a urinary tract infection (UTI) before it becomes a major and recurring health issue for an older adult.6 Comments
The 4 Most Challenging Caregiver Situations
Caring for aging family members throws many challenges our way. Explore strategies for helping an aging loved one with toileting, bathing, dining out, and navigating public outings as they become part of your regular care routine.25 Comments
Is Alzheimer's Behavior the Patient’s Problem or the Caregiver's?
Alzheimer’s bad behaviors that aren't necessarily dangerous, but impact caregivers: Coping with the new normalcy when you are an Alzheimer’s caregiver and experiencing Alzheimer's bad behavior.15 Comments
What Is the Best Height for Bathroom Grab Bars?
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) offers guidance on grab bar installation, but ideally, these supports should be placed at a height that feels most comfortable and secure for the person using them.0 Comments