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Down Syndrome and Incontinence

October is Down Syndrome Awareness Month, and we want to use this opportunity to boost awareness of

Birth Defects and Incontinence – Spotlight on Angelman Syndrome

The month of February recognizes birth defects and highlights awareness for many lesser-known disord

Happy Family with Autistic Child

Autism and Incontinence

Autism isn’t a single disorder, but a spectrum of different types, also known as autism spectrum d

Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month

March is National Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month. To help raise awareness for Developmen

Transitioning from Baby to Youth Diapers – Proper Fit

Parents of children with special needs, or older children still experiencing night time bedwetting,

Youth Incontinence and Medicaid

By Janet Firestone, Medicaid Account Executive Caring for a child with special healthcare needs can

~ Monthly Incontinence Tips: Benefit with Swimmates® ~

For children and adults dealing with bladder and/or bowel loss, going for a swim may seem like somet

~ Monthly Incontinence Tips: The Many Uses of Booster Pads ~

Booster pads are a multi-functional incontinence solution with many applications for children and ad

Drinking Water

How to Reduce the Symptoms of Incontinence

Incontinence has numerous causes and a spectrum of severities. Although battling incontinence sympto

Child Disabled

When Incontinence Strikes Young

While incontinence is typically thought of as a problem affecting older adults, young people can suf

Parent with Child with Cerebral Palsy

How do parents deal with Cerebral Palsy?

We discovered a great video post with some very useful information on how people deal with disabilit