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Incontinence : Il faut que nous parlions de fuites

dc.contributor.authorRosato-Scott, Claire
dc.contributor.authorBarrington, Dani J.
dc.contributor.authorBhakta, Amita
dc.contributor.authorHouse, Sarah J.
dc.contributor.authorMactaggart, Islay
dc.contributor.authorWilbur, Jane
dc.date.accessioned2020-10-21T15:38:54Z
dc.date.available2020-10-21T15:38:54Z
dc.date.issued2020-10-21
dc.identifier.citationRosato-Scott, C.; Barrington, D.J.; Bhakta, A.; House, S.J.; Mactaggart, I. and Wilbur, J. (2020) ‘Incontinence: We Need to Talk About Leaks', Frontiers of Sanitation: Innovations and Insights 16, Brighton: IDS, DOI: 10.19088/SLH.2020.005en
dc.identifier.citationRosato-Scott, C., Barrington, D.J., Bhakta, A., House, S.J., Mactaggart, I. et Wilbur, J. (2020) « Incontinence : Il faut que nous parlions de fuites », Aux Frontières de l’assainissement : Innovations et Impressions 16, Brighton : IDS, DOI : 10.19088/SLH.2020.011fr
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dc.identifier.urihttps://opendocs.ids.ac.uk/opendocs/handle/20.500.12413/15728
dc.description.abstractAnyone, of any gender, at any age, can leak urine or faeces. What would you do if it happened to you? Imagine if you’d woken up this morning and you’d wet the bed. What would you do? Have a wash, put on clean clothes, change the bedding and put it in a washing machine? You may go to the shop and buy an incontinence pad. And perhaps if you knew that there was help available for leaking urine you’d make an appointment to see a doctor next week and then just carry on with the rest of your day, dignity intact. Now imagine if you’d woken up this morning and you’d wet the bed. But to have a wash, or clean your clothes and bedding, you’d have to walk for an hour to collect water. Imagine you are frightened to walk there alone, the path is steep and you struggle to use the hand pump. Even if you did get water, you don’t have enough soap so the smells would linger anyway. And after all that effort, you have nothing to wear to soak up urine if it happens again. What if you didn’t know that leaking urine was common, and you spent the rest of the day worried about your health and too embarrassed to go to work in case people could tell? What if you were worried that your partner would hit you again for making a mess so you had very little to drink all day for fear of it happening again? What can you do to support people living with incontinence? To start, we need to talk about leaks.en
dc.description.abstractPlease also see the accompanying document: How to Talk About Incontinence: A Checklist at https://opendocs.ids.ac.uk/opendocs/handle/20.500.12413/15729
dc.description.abstractTout le monde, quel que soit son sexe ou son âge, peut subir des fuites urinaires ou fécales. Que feriez-vous si cela vous arrivait ? Imaginez que vous vous réveilliez un matin et découvriez que vous avez mouillé le lit. Que feriez-vous ? Vous feriez votre toilette, mettriez des vêtements propres, changeriez les draps pour les mettre dans la machine à laver ? Vous iriez peut-être au magasin acheter des protections contre l’incontinence. Et si vous saviez qu’il existe de l’aide pour faire face à vos fuites urinaires, peut-être prendriez-vous rendez-vous chez un médecin la semaine prochaine avant de poursuivre votre vie de tous les jours, sans atteinte à votre dignité. À présent, imaginez que vous vous réveillez un matin et découvrez que vous avez mouillé le lit. Mais pour faire votre toilette ou nettoyer vos vêtements et vos draps, vous êtes obligé·e de marcher pendant une heure pour aller chercher de l’eau. Imaginez que vous avez peur d’aller seul·e jusqu’au point d’eau ; le sentier est raide et vous avez toujours du mal à actionner la pompe à main. Même si vous parvenez à aller chercher de l’eau, vous n’avez pas suffisamment de savon, donc vous ne pourrez pas vous débarrasser des mauvaises odeurs. Et après tous ces efforts, vous n’avez rien à vous mettre pour absorber l’urine si jamais cela venait à se reproduire. Et si vous ne saviez pas que les fuites urinaires sont en fait fréquentes et si vous passiez le reste de la journée à vous inquiéter pour votre santé, trop gênée pour aller travailler de crainte que les gens ne s’aperçoivent de votre problème ? Et si vous aviez peur que votre partenaire vous frappe encore une fois pour avoir mouillé le lit, de sorte que vous vous priviez de boire toute la journée, de crainte que cela se reproduise la nuit suivante ? Que pouvez-vous faire pour aider les personnes qui souffrent d’incontinence ? Pour commencer, il faut que nous parlions de fuites.fr
dc.description.abstractVeuillez également consulter le document d'accompagnement : « Comment parler de l’incontinence : Aide-mémoire » https://opendocs.ids.ac.uk/opendocs/handle/20.500.12413/15729fr
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dc.publisherInstitute of Development Studiesen
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dc.titleIncontinence: We Need to Talk About Leaksen
dc.titleIncontinence : Il faut que nous parlions de fuitesfr
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