‘Twas the week before Christmas, when all through the store Not an item was discounted, not even a drawer; The stockings were hung by the chimney with care, In hopes that St. Nicholas soon would be there; The children were waiting all snug in their threads, While visions of X-boxes danced in their heads; And […]
This month in honor of National Family Caregivers Month, we have been proud to partner with Today’s Caregiver! So check out our new Cost of Caregiving for Incontinence Infographic and click here to listen to their audio interview with Men’s Liberty Chief Strategy Officer, Wendy LaTorre.
Today, we’ve been sitting on the tarmac at Atlanta Airport for nearly two hours now. What was supposed to be a 45 minute layover has dragged on without explanation.
Ask any caregiver to describe their scariest moment, and I will bet you, none of those moments will be about them. That’s the thing about being a caregiver for one of your loved ones – mother, father, sibling, husband, child – their illness, their comfort, their happiness become your own. Yet there are no doctors, […]
Today I wanted to share a blog from Danielle Ofri of Slate.com, a MD and PhD, who wrote a moving story about fear and medicine. And it spoke to me, although she wrote as a mother, I know a very similar fear as a caregiver. Trusting our loved ones to a complicated system, filled with […]
Well we’re back this week answering one of the most common questions that our customer and doctors have – what is the Men’s Liberty learning curve?
We’re thrilled to get to share some news from the Simon Foundation for Continence. They recently announced Rick Rader, MD, as the 2013 Defeating Stigma in Healthcare Award recipient. Dr. Rader is the Director of the Morton J. Kent Habilitation Center at the Orange Grove Center (Chattanooga, TN), a nationally known community agency supporting the needs […]
I have a confession: I’m a child of the internet. While I wasn’t quite born with an iPad in one hand and a cell phone in the other, it was a close thing. If I was banished to a desert island and could only bring one thing – you better believe I’d bring a WiFi […]
Incontinence is nobody’s favourite issue. There is so much stigma associated with the issue that we know it can be hard to talk about, even with your doctor.
Some things simply shouldn’t be said.