Mum with moderate AD is becoming slightly incontinent. In Mums case she waits too long to go to the loo. I recently bought her Tena liners. She won't use them. She says they stick to her and they are too long so she is going through several pairs of undies a day. ( any suggestions) Mum does have a bath every day, sometimes two if she has forgotten she has had one, but I do wonder if she even uses soap half the time. Hair washing can be a problem, and I have to remind her, but do take her to the hairdressers once a month, so at least she gets a good hairwash. Personal toiletries and perfumes have gone by the way side. Mum has psoriasis, and suffers occasionally from tinea between her toes. She has an ointment for each which I have written on each box... For Elbows & Knees, For toes etc Mum and Dad live in their own house behind ours and I go over every night to oversee Mums medication. She had had a bath, and had put the ointment for her toes on her elbows and knees and vice versa. This isn't the first time she has put the wrong ointment in the wrong place, and I have had to hide the Vicks and Deep Heat I suppose none of this in the scheme of things is really important ( bar the incontinence) but boy its getting hard, having to think one step ahead. I feel like I'm having to micro manage everything, and people tell me I fuss too much. But who else would be Mums ears and eyes?