For more than 40 years, Attends has been a pioneer in disposable incontinence products. Attends was the first brand to produce the disposable incontinence brief and we've been innovating and improving ever since. Whether you use the product yourself, care for a loved one, or are a professional healthcare provider, we thank you for your business and look forward to serving you for another 40 years.
Today, the Attends product lines are manufactured by Attindas Hygiene Partners.
We develop products from start to finish, with hundreds of people involved in the process of turning consumer needs into unique personal care solutions.
We conduct product research, find the best materials on the market, which result in softer, better fitting and more absorbent products, all with the goal of giving consumers reliable protection to live life with confidence.
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The Attends Premier range of products was designed to help you or those you care for manage heavy to severe urinary and/or fecal incontinence.
Understanding bladder or bowel leaks can be complicated, confusing and stressful. This page can help you navigate the complexity and to understand the best product for your needs.
Attends Premier rides shotgun with 13 time land speed record holder, Aaron Brown, and the Garage Shop.
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In August 2019, Attends Premier partnered with The Garage Shop on a journey to the Bonneville Salt Flats where stock car driver, Aaron Brown, attempted to break the land speed record in his #6 stock car.
If anyone tells you that supporting a person with incontinence isn’t stressful, they haven’t had to do it. Personally, I have an adult son who has been incontinent his entire life. When I tell people this, they imagine a paralyzed or bed ridden individual, one who is changed at home, with all the supplies handy, acquiescent and compliant. But that is not the case.
Incontinence is experienced by nearly 400 million people worldwide. It affects people differently, but overall, it has the ability to compromise your quality of life.