Managing Incontinence
Elder Care Tips and Monthly News

Elder Care Tips and Monthly News

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10 Free Recipes Designed for the Elderly Diet

Whether you are looking for better, healthier recipes for you or you are cooking for your elderly parent or grandparent. These 10 free sample recipes are designed to help you keep the dietary restrictions that your elder may have due to heart disease and/or diabetes.

Are you concerned about the sodium content in prepackaged food? Has your elder been placed on a diet to help treat a medical condition? Have you longed to find recipes that are easy to prepare and can be cooked ahead of time so your elder and just warm them up?

Discover Cooking Secrets from an Experienced Care Giver

• Cook Low Fat/Low Sodium/Low Sugar or No Sugar Meals
• Serve Great Tasting Dishes
• Create Non-Spicy Flavorful Meals
• Provide Meals Designed for an Elderly Appetite
• Prepare Soft Foods Great for a Denture Wearer
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This e-book discusses all types of incontinence products and has a Step-by-Step instruction manual on how to change an adult diaper.

Depending on the age of your elder, you most likely will need some form of incontinence product. There are so many on the market. You can go to any pharmacy or discount store browse and see all the different products available. There are pull-on’s, tape-on’s, belted, and stick-on’s. They come in different sizes, different absorbencies, and different styles.

So what should you buy? My first suggestion is ask your elder what they are using and if they like what they are using. When my sister cleaned out my parent’s home after Mom had her stroke, she found at least 20 different types of incontinence products, all were opened and just a few missing out of each package. We didn’t know that Mom was having that issue, we knew what Dad was using, but had no clue about her. So just ask. It may be a little uncomfortable for you, but just get over it. This is just the beginning of the uncomfortable things you are going to ask or do for your elder.