Incontinence

Coping With Adult Incontinence: 9 Tips From an Expert

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Incontinence can have a major effect on individuals’ mental health. Read Jesse’s first-hand account of managing incontinence and the difficult emotions that come along with it and get 9 expert tips on managing your emotions.

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If You Have Incontinence, You Should Know About Ally’s Law

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Ally’s Law, also known as the Restroom Access Act, can help ensure you have access to restrooms in public if you have bladder or bowel control issues.

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Tips for Potty Training a Child With Down Syndrome: Q&A With Tailynn Brost

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Read our Q&A with Tailynn Brost, mother of Aspen, a child with Down syndrome, for tips on how to toilet train your child.

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Down Syndrome, Delayed Potty Training, & Incontinence

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Down syndrome is linked to delayed potty training and in some cases, incontinence. Learn how to get your little one potty trained easily!

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Q & A With Daily Autism Family! Plus 8 Ways to Help Kids With Autism & Incontinence

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Managing autism already comes with its own set of unique challenges. On top of that, children with autism are more likely to have incontinence. Autism and incontinence may seem overwhelming at first, but there are proven ways to manage autism in incontinence without having to make drastic changes to your daily routine.

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Don’t Lose Your Free Incontinence Products! How to Keep Medicaid & CHIP Coverage Active

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Learn how to keep your Medicaid or CHIP coverage active so you continue to receive proper care from your doctors, low-cost prescriptions, and free incontinence products with Aeroflow Urology.

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Are Diapers FSA / HSA Eligible?

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The cost of incontinence products makes it nearly impossible for many individuals with bladder and bowel control conditions to purchase them out of pocket. Luckily, Aeroflow offers high-quality protective products eligible for FSA and HSA.

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How to Get an IEP for Individuals With Incontinence

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Get a step-by-step guide from Pediatric Nurse Practitioner, Samantha Eaker, for creating an IEP for your child with incontinence so they are comfortable at school.

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How Can You Keep Your Bladder Healthy? 10 Ways to Prioritize Bladder Self-Care

Your bladder keeps your body functioning and filters out toxins and waste, but there are many things you might not know about it!

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Here's How & Where You Can Get Free Incontinence Products on Low Income

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If you are an individual or a family on low income, you may qualify to get incontinence products at little to no cost. Find the resources available to you.

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