Practical advice for carers

Below we listed a few important advices, which hopefully will help you in providing everyday care.

Organising the surrounding space

Hygiene of the bedridden person

Time planning and everyday care

Communication

Looking after an ill person requires a lot of strength and energy – both mental and physical. If you want to be ready to face that challenge, remember that if you want to look after someone, you also need to look after yourself. Find out more in this subject in the Look after yourself section.

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Visiting a doctor

It is often the case that people with incontinence belittle their problem, or they are so embarrassed, that they keep it a secret and never reveal it to their doctor or relatives.

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Look after yourself

Look after yourself

When your loved one – your child, your parent or other relative – becomes ill, there is a lot of change involved in the lives of all people engaged in looking after that person.

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Find out more about Seni products

A wide range of absorbent products for people who need reliable protection.

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Choose product

A well-chosen product means both the patient's comfort and less risk of serious pressure sores, as well as less work for the caregiver. Choose a product with our help.

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Choose size

Choosing the right product is very important. That is why, we created a simple tool called "Diagnostics".

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