If your child is transitioning out of diapers, you know that the toilet training process is long and challenging for both parents and kids. Toilet training a child with autism can also be surprising at times due to the unique obstacles they may face. Read this post to understand your child's needs while potty training.
Learn about how to prepare for your first doctor's appointment for incontinence from our Medical Adisor, Samantha Eaker.
Incontinence is widespread in the United States and it affects people of all age groups. Read why incontinence is becoming a national health crisis.
Managing incontinence costs those living in the Diaper Divide a significant amount of money every year, and it costs the US billions. Read how these prices can add up and learn what you can do to get your incontinence products for free.
Adults with incontinence face many barriers when managing their symptoms. Lack of incontinence products lead to mental, physical, and financial struggles that many adults face. Read how to help end incontinence product need and help adults in the Diaper Divide.
1 in 3 US families can't afford diapers and pull-ups for their children, and more families raising children with disabilities struggle to afford incontinence products their kids require. Read how the Diaper Divide affects children with and without disabilities.
Individuals with bladder and bowel control conditions are suffering without the products they require to manage their symptoms. Learn how the Diaper Divide might be affecting you or your loved ones and what you can do to help end it.
After their daughter, Melody, stopped communicating with them, the Raymonds began their search for a specialist to understand what type of disability Melody had. Along with the loss of communication, Melody was experiencing learning and potty training difficulties. Read the Raymonds’ story and how they found Aeroflow Urology helpful during their daughter’s journey.
Our new (In)Confidence series shares the touching stories of our fearless customers who manage their incontinence with us!
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