Incontinence affects millions of people around the world. It is a sensitive subject for aging people, who often associate it with shame and loss of dignity. People of all ages can suffer from incontinence, but the majority of those who suffer from it are over the age of sixty. That’s why more than 50% of residents in long term care suffer from this unpleasant condition. Incontinence is also much more commonly found in women than it is in men.
Incontinence has direct impact on person’s quality of life. Fortunately, incontinence can be controlled so that the person’s quality of life can be improved. Incontinence care requires patience and compassion. As our goal is to improve the quality of life for our clients and their families, we offer a wide range of quality services combined with a compassionate care.
Caring for an elderly person is not a simple task and incontinence can only add the stress. We at Day View know how to support family members in their endeavors to provide compassionate care. Elderly people may find it embarrassing to have to accept help from other people. We know how to assure our residents that incontinence is not something they should be ashamed of or embarrassed about. Our senior care professionals have the expertise and support to help your loved ones receive the compassionate quality care they deserve. By following individualized program and treatment options, incontinence can be made into a manageable situation.
We will provide a home-like atmosphere that fosters independence, dignity, respect and happiness. Day View is committed to providing high-quality, compassionate care. We’re available for a few hours, a few days, or a few weeks – whatever you need. We’ll be happy to help in any way we can.