Difficulties with using the toilet, accidents and incontinence can all be problems for people with dementia, particularly as the condition progresses.
These problems can be upsetting for the person and for those around them. However, incontinence is not an inevitable consequence of dementia and support is available.
If you experience any form of incontinence, it is very important that you go to your GP for advice as soon as possible, as there may be a cure or an effective way to manage your problem and improve your quality of life.
Below are a number of links to information which you may find useful
You can download a fact sheet from the Alzheimers Societys
or find out more from NHS Choices
you can find out about some of the various available products from the below links: