As a Carer you may need to clean up when your loved one has been incontinent. This could involve cleaning the person, sofas, floors and beds.
For many of us, cleaning a person following incontinence can be worrying, and initially upsetting, but then becomes part of the caring role.
On a tough day, another bodily fluid clear up can be a tipping point for some of us.
So here’s our carers’ guide to staying sane and safe in the world of bodily fluids.
Don’t forget you are not alone. You can always call us if it’s all too much today.
“Think of changing the bedding again as another workout!”
“I am grateful for my washing machine or the sunshine that can dry all this quickly!”
“I’m grateful that I’m in good enough health to be able to do this for my loved one”
Floors and carpets