Yes, you are so right about removing poo with their hands and sometimes poo hands are a real problem. Keep a supply of baby nappy wipes at hand. I know this can be a distressing situation and sometimes folk dont like having their finger nails cut spo that poo does not collect under them. Also, collecting their poo with their hands can then become a habit we need to watch out for. So good to be able to talk about this, thank you.From my experience as a carer of people in the community and my Mum who has vascular dementia Julie’s both material and disposable are invaluable ! Do ask if you have an Incontinence service in your area as they have products that they can provide you with at no cost to you for a trial. Also something else that works for some men is to sit down to pee. Urine bottles can be provided by the Incontinence service or bought from specialist companies. Kylies for armchairs are also available. Incontinence tends to deteriorate and can become distressing more for the carer than your loved one. Depending on the stage your LO is at and what age they are weak muscles and lack of brain signals make going to the toilet very hit and miss. Some people become constipated and feel uncomfortable and may try to remove their poo with their hands. This is obviously a medical issue when their GP would be contacted.