Attends Premier Briefs
- Premium Overnight Protection
- 100% Breathability helps improve comfort and helps promote healthy skin
- Our most absorbent Brief ever, locks liquid away faster
- Leak protection for confident days and dignified nights
- High Rise, Full-Fit Protection
- Ultra-Plush Design
- 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed
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.
Most of us in caregiving roles, whether professionally or out of necessity, know we need to care for ourselves in addition to our clients or loved ones. But how can taking care of ourselves be effortless and enjoyable and not just more work? Caregivers are experts on how to make others feel good, and our wheelhouses are full of knowledge, so why isn’t it easy to apply all those techniques to ourselves? Why isn’t it easy for caregivers to be good self-caregivers as well? And, how can that change?
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.
We recently sat down with Tom Mendelsohn from Professional Medical Supply who now carries Attends Premier, the newest product line from the Attends brand. We wanted to ask him a few questions about how customers are reacting to Attends premier, why they like about the product and what keeps them coming back to the store.
Domtar Corporation (NYSE: UFS) (TSX: UFS) today announced that its Personal Care Division, a leading manufacturer in the disposable incontinence product category for over 35 years, launched their most absorbent and highest performing product line in the Attends ® family.
With the beginning of spring, warm weather, and the hint of summer right around the corner, this time of year can be a bright spot after the dreary cold of winter. However, with warmer weather can come seasonal issues with your patients’ care, especially when their bladder control problems can cause issues with their sleep quality as well.
I watched my mom care for Grandma in the final months of her life. We had a “baby monitor” set up by Grandma’s bed, and the other one stayed with mom at all times. It wouldn’t be an exaggeration to say that every five minutes I heard my Grandma’s voice through the monitor. “Elizabeth? Elizabeth?” Then, with more urgency. “Elizabeth! Elizabeth!”
Caregivers do a great deal for those in need, often going above and beyond in their duties to help those ailing and injured. It is because of this selfless quality in caregivers that they tend to overwork themselves, often to the point of exhaustion or even requiring care themselves.