Long-term care communities and individuals with memory impairment benefit greatly from a continence management service. Education and behavioral modifications enhance the probability that people will be able to maintain, regain, or minimize the severity of their incontinence. Residents who are thought to be most at risk of developing incontinence are offered tools to help them keep control, while others acquire greater freedoms by treating reversible causes that may have caused incontinence. Even people who have persistent incontinence can learn to treat or manage their incontinence effectively.

About Our Continence Management for Senior Living

Our continence management services are aimed at assisting the residents in maintaining as much independence and quality of life as possible. Here are some key points that we integrate in continence management:

  • Perennial care
  • Programs for self-cleaning toilets
  • Changes in lifestyle to help reduce incontinence and voiding symptoms
  • Product identification that can manage urine leaks, preserve skin integrity, and improve activity
  • Absorbent products
    • Disposables
    • Reusable products
  • Skin barriers and ointment for wound treatment

Benefits of Having Continence Management in Your Retirement Community

Here are some benefits of having continence management in your senior living community:

  • Fewer consequences and lower morbidity factors related to incontinence, such as falls and fractures, dehydration, and urinary tract infections
  • Longer stays in assisted living with the option of aging in place
  • Fewer transfers from hospital admissions or long-term care nursing homes
  • Higher quality of life, with a better sense of freedom and self-sufficiency

When Should You Consider Moving into a Retirement Community?

If you’re above the age of 65, you’re probably thinking about how you’ll spend your retirement years. More older adults are loving the active lifestyle offered by senior living communities.

Loneliness can set in as we age, particularly after a divorce or the loss of a companion. Sadness, moodiness, and weight gain or loss are signs of social isolation and signal that a change is required. Many people are drawn to senior living communities because they want to meet new people and make new relationships.

It gets increasingly difficult to care for your home as you become older. If you’re tired of balancing housework, yard work, and home maintenance, it’s time to downsize sooner rather than later. Many older individuals just do not need as much space as they formerly did. You may also be able to save money by downsizing. Residents in a senior living community can live independently for as long as they are physically able, or they can transition to different levels of care gradually.

Why Choose Discovery Village At Boynton Beach for Senior Living?

Here at Discovery Village At Boynton Beach, our lifestyle programs are designed to foster connections and cultivate well-being, and they have received recognition for the extent to which they improve the lives of our residents. Depending on your level of need, you can find a comprehensive range of lifestyle options. Our full-time activities director ensures that there is never a lack of fresh experiences.

To learn more about living in Discovery Village At Boynton Beach, feel free to contact us today.