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.
Epilepsy may lead to episodes of sensory disturbances, loss of consciousness, or convulsions. It can also cause bladder and bowel control problems, known as incontinence.
Read Camille Robinson's family story about their journey with autism and get helpful parenting tips.
Parkinson's diesease can cause bladder or bowel leakage in some people. Read why this occurs and how to effectively treat incontinence in people with the disease.
Learn about the different levels of autism and find out how to support your loved one with autism spectrum disorder (ASD).
Learn the difference between autism and Down syndrome and how incontinence is related to both conditions.
Cerebral palsy causes incontinence in many adults and children but there are ways you can help your loved one manage their incontinence symptoms.
People who experience traumatic brain injuries commonly develop incontinence, but why? Learn about how these two are related.
Hanna, mother of Nehemiah, a child with Spina bifida, shares their family's story about living with Spina bifida and Dr. Samantha Eaker gives the best incontinence care tips for people with Spina bifida.
Sex can sometimes be viewed as taboo, but let’s face it: It’s a regular part of our everyday lives, even if we’re not sexually active. It’s everywhere— on social media, television, and advertisements. But how are sex and romantic relationships discussed among people with autism? And why are there still stigmas around it?