The Challenges We Face in Elder Care

Our bidet is a wonderful addition to our home. I love it. My husband loves it. We use a fraction of the tissue we used to buy. It has contributed to the feeling of being clean. I don’t think I could ever live without it.
~ Susan & Don M., Sequim WA
It works great. We love it. We didn’t use it for about two weeks because we just didn’t have time to read the directions. But, we are happy with it and glad we bought it.
~ Mary & Elizabeth C., Wilmington, NC
Awesome. Thanks so very much. A friend has one and we are hooked on them now.
~Doug & Marion L., Hamden CT
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Whether it’s you or a loved one, we’re getting older and every day activities are getting harder to do.  One of the most basic is proper bathroom hygiene and when that isn’t done well, the problems begin to multiply.

Dignity and Independence

bidets help with elder careWhen we’re young, we rely on mom for everything.  She fed feed us, bathed us, taught us, kept us safe and wiped us, a lot.  When mom can no longer take care of herself, the shoe is on the other foot.  You can’t always be there and frankly she doesn’t want you to be…or anyone for that matter.  Mom is independent and wants to stay that way.  So much so she probably didn’t tell you about the fall she took, the fender she scraped or the fact that toileting is getting harder.  It’s embarrassing and frightening for her to admit any of these.  She’s worried you’ll take away the car, hire someone to look after her or worse, move her out of her home.  Of course, dad is concerned about these same things…and probably more so.

What’s the big deal?

Urinary Tract Infections affect 50-60% of women at some point in their lives.  Especially common in older women, their bodies respond to the infection differently then younger women.  Sudden behavior changes including increased signs of confusion, agitation or withdrawal are often confused with dementia and the UTI goes untreated too long, spreading to the bloodstream and becoming life threatening.

Out with the Bad

The simple truth is our bodies are designed to get rid of waste.  Keeping it close to the skin because of improper hygiene is an invitation to infection, discomfort and disease.  Challenges in cleansing can lead to complications in many areas.  But it doesn’t have to be this way.

Making Elder Care Easier

You can make her life easier, better and healthier by installing a bidet toilet seat.  A bidet toilet seat will transform her existing toilet and take care of her toileting hygiene, giving her back her confidence and dignity.  Simple to use, safe and effective, they are simple to install and only take a few uses to master.

“I wish mom had had one of these”

loving-husband-supports-elderly-wifeThis is something we’ve heard many times.  The bidet toilet seats have been a “best kept” secret of international travelers, foreign born citizens and select others for over 20 years in America.  Yet many people still do not know of the life-changing devices nor how easy they are to obtain, install or use.  Proven the world over, recommended by medical professionals from many disciplines and relied upon by tens of millions of users everyday.  The bidet toilet seat will change you and your loved ones life for the better.  Wouldn’t that be nice?

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