May 31, 2018 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm America/Chicago Timezone
Michelle Lauckner

Resident interview questions for continence shared by Kendra Roloff:

  1. Are you having problems with your bladder
  2. Do you ever lose urine when you don’t want to
  3. Do you ever leak urine when you cough, laugh, sneeze, or exercise
  4. Do you wear pads to protect your clothes from urine leakage
  5. Do you ever leak urine on your way to the bathroom


Incontinence is a prevalent condition among nursing home residents and can cause hygienic problems, skin problems and may lead to impairment in Activities of Daily Living (ADLs). It also has implications for resident dignity, as well as being a professional challenge for the caregivers involved.

This webinar will focus on pelvic floor health and ways to support continence and continence care for residents of nursing homes and other long-term care settings. Incontinence is often accepted as an inevitable part of aging, but attendees will learn it does not have to be!

Target Audience:

Primarily skilled nursing facilities, but with content for all healthcare settings related to continence and continence care.


Upon completion of this webinar, participants will be able to:

  1. Describe the types of urinary incontinence and risk factors associated with each
  2. Review evidenced-based approaches for identifying, assessing and treating urinary incontinence in-long term care
  3. Discuss various nursing interventions that can be implemented by the long-term care nurse for management of incontinence

Continuing Education:

This event has been approved for 1 contact hour for nurses by the North Dakota Board of Nursing.


Kendra RoloffKendra Roloff, NP, MBA
Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner
Pelican Health Clinic
Bismarck, ND

Kendra Roloff is a board certified Nurse Practitioner. She has been providing pelvic health and continence care for 10 years. Kendra has professional interests in urodynamic testing, pelvic floor rehabilitation, postpartum pelvic floor disorders, pelvic pain and pelvic organ prolapse. Kendra is dedicated to delivering high quality, dignified care to her patients. She believes empowering individuals through education is the key to success.

Kendra was born and raised in Bismarck, ND. She graduated from Creighton University with a bachelor of science in nursing and biology, University of Nebraska Medical Center with a Master of Science in Nursing, and Western Governors University with a Master of Business Administration. Kendra is honored to provide pelvic health and continence care to individuals in the community.