How can we support and enable people with incontinence and their carers to ‘live well’ with long-term incontinence? Multiple challenges exist including lack of information or tools to make good product choices and difficulties with access to products and services. Rationing and lack of support to adapt to life with incontinence can compound the problem and even when available products can be difficult to use when patients resist care. This round table brings together a group of experts and participating delegates to raise and respond to questions, as well as proposing solutions to the challenges of living well with incontinence.
|12.05||12:10||Key challenge 1: How can we help people to make evidence-based decisions about choosing continence products?||Mandy Fader|
|12.20||12:25||Key challenge 2: Challenging rationing of continence pad and products in organisations and responding to individuals who resist continence care||Joan Ostaszkiewicz|
|12.30||12:35||Key challenge 3: Leading a new ‘normal’ life with bowel leakage problems||Eva B Westling|
|12.40||12:45||Key challenge: How to live at home and access services with MS and continence problems||Doreen McClurg|