Incontinence Care for the Elderly

Our team of dedicated caregivers specializes in delivering compassionate incontinence care for seniors, right in the comfort of their own homes.

Take Control of Your Life with Expert Incontinence Care

Incontinence can be a challenging and sensitive issue, but you’re not alone. At ConsidraCare, we provide compassionate and professional incontinence care that prioritizes your dignity and helps you regain confidence.


More than
20% of Canadian seniors

suffer from incontinence

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Individuals with incontinence
are 50% more likely to

experience loneliness

Early warning signs

Regain Your Comfort and Independence with Incontinence Care

Incontinence is a common concern among the elderly and it can lead to physical discomfort, skin issues, infections, and even social discomfort. It’s not just a health issue, it also deeply impacts one’s quality of life, self-reliance, and self-respect. At ConsidraCare, we understand these challenges and are dedicated to restoring your comfort and confidence through our expert elderly incontinence care.

Personalized Care Plans Tailored to Your Needs

Every individual’s journey with incontinence is unique, which is why our care plans at ConsidraCare are customized to fit your specific needs. Our incontinence caregivers work closely with you to create a supportive environment that fosters independence and well-being. With a personalized approach, we ensure that you receive the care that’s just right for you.

Impact on Quality of Life

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Frequently Asked Questions

Various medicines lead to bowel incontinence. These drugs may cause diarrhea, fecal incontinence, muscle or nerve damage. Below are some medications that frequently cause bowel incontinence:

  • Antibiotics
  • Cancer Treating Medicines
  • Iron Supplements
  • Tricyclic antidepressants
  • Narcotics
  • Blood pressure managing drugs
  • Nausea treating drugs

Elderly Incontinence can be dealt by making a few lifestyle changes such as:

  • Losing weight
  • Quitting smoking and alcohol
  • Reducing caffeine
  • Limiting liquid intake before bed
  • Making a bathroom schedule
  • Getting specialized live-in caregiver to manage anxiety
  • Choose waterproof bedding & easy to change clothes

Damage to the muscles or nerves of the bladder that control holding or passing pee can result in urinary incontinence. In women, urine incontinence is common during pregnancy, menopause, and childbirth.

There are some other factors that contribute to urine incontinence; These include:

  • Obesity
  • Constipation
  • Medications
  • Caffeine
  • UTI infections

There is no connection between psychological stress and incontinence. The urinary muscles are unable to stop urine leaking. It typically occurs while you run, cough, or sneeze. All of these motions create pressure (stress) on the bladder, which leads to unexpected urinary leaks.

You can get rid of stress incontinence by:

  • Doing pelvic floor exercises
  • Treating constipation on time
  • Cutting alcohol, tobacco, and caffeine
  • Avoid lifting heavy weights

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