Adult Diapers and Incontinence Products

Resources, information and advice from caregivers about selecting and using adult diapers to deal with urinary or bowel incontinence.

Managing Incontinence at Home

Adult incontinence is a common issue experienced by older adults as their cognitive or physical condition declines due to age or illness. Adults who are dealing with urinary or bowel incontinence use products referred to as "adult diapers" for discreet, disposable protection. Managing the personal and household challenges incontinence accidents create can be a significant source of stress for caregivers. To help families find solutions for making daily life with an incontinent adult easier and more comfortable, AgingCare has created the following list of resources and articles about adult incontinence products. 

Incontinence Support Forum

For general support, tips and advice from other caregivers with experience in selecting and using adult diapers, browse the informative posts offered in the Caregiver Forum. Members discuss their experiences, share ideas and offer their best advice on using products like adult diapers, waterproof bed pads, booster pads, bedside commodes and condom catheters. 

Adult Diapers Articles

  • How to Convince a Senior to Wear Adult Diapers

    Can’t get Mom to wear adult diapers? Addressing incontinence issues requires patience, understanding and a commitment to upholding a senior’s dignity. A caregiving expert shares her best tips for handling this delicate topic.

  • How to Choose the Best Adult Diapers

    There are countless incontinence care products on the market for seniors who are living with urine leakage and/or bowel leakage. Use these tips to find a product that fits well, contains leaks, promotes skin integrity and improves quality of life.

  • How to Handle Adult Incontinence Incidents

    While incontinence is a common senior health condition, it is widely stigmatized. Handling accidents, toileting and incontinence care can be embarrassing for both caregivers and seniors, but a few tips can help these tasks go more quickly and smoothly.

  • 8 Tips for Traveling with Urinary Incontinence

    Travel plans can run into any number of speedbumps, but incontinence doesn’t have to be one of them. Use these pointers to prevent embarrassing situations and ensure that the journey is as enjoyable as the destination itself.

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