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Bedwetting - what can it mean?

Bedwetting - what can it mean?

Nocturnal enuresis, commonly known as bedwetting, is when a child that can control their bladder during the day experiences involuntary urination while asleep. 


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Children and Teen Disabilities

Children and Teen Disabilities

Having a disabled loved one can be a very difficult experience, especially if the disabled person is a child or teen. Parents don’t often expect a child will suffer from a disability or impairment and are often confused about what direction to take.


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Hygiene of a bedridden person

Hygiene of a bedridden person

Here’s some advice on how to take care of a bedridden person’s personal hygiene.


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Healthy emotions

Healthy emotions

Taking care of a loved one who needs long-term treatment can be a lot on one person’s shoulders. This may expose you to many different emotions.


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Look after yourself

Look after yourself

When a loved one becomes ill, there is a lot of change in store for all of the people helping to look after that person.


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Comfort of care

Comfort of care

Looking after an ill person requires a lot of energy, especially if they are immobile or bedridden.


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