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Alzheimers Q&A: What are some helpful strategies in managing incontinence in my loved one who is in late-stage Alzheimer’s?

Because Alzheimer’s disease affects each individual differently, the causes of incontinence (loss of bladder and bowel control) can vary.

Urinary and fecal incontinence, common in later-stage Alzheimer’s disease, can be distressing and difficult to manage. A toileting program is a must for treatment of incontinence in individuals with Alzheimer’s disease.

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