Incontinence and diapers are often associated with babies and young children. They are considered parts of a natural learning curve and growing up. However, incontinence does not discriminate—it impacts people of all ages and walks of life and, for some, continues or returns in adulthood. In fact, 50% to 84% of older people in long-term care facilities struggle with incontinence and more than 25 million adult Americans experience temporary or chronic urinary incontinence. Read more.
Source: Homecare, October 31, 2023