Numotion's COVID-19 Response: What you Need to Know
Jillian Harpin, Financial Analyst
1. Get your clothes tailored. Do you love wearing jeans but hate taking them off every time you use the bathroom? Ask a tailor to extend the zipper down as far as you need so you can just zip them and go! Tailors can help with many different requests when it comes to customizing clothing for your specific needs.
2. Keep your supplies close. Put your bathroom supplies in a bag attached to the bottom of your seat so you don’t have to worry about always keeping a backpack with you.
3. Get a knee spreader. If you have trouble keeping your knees apart while cathing, a knee spreader is very helpful in keeping your hands free.
Get a mirror. Using a mirror that attaches to your leg makes it easy to see what you’re doing, especially when you are first learning!
4. Explore your options. If you prefer to cath from your chair, but hate emptying the bag afterwards, an alternative option is to use male catheters that are long enough to drain right into the toilet.