Attends Discreet Underwear Day/Night - Excellent Overnight Product $43.19 per case with coupon "thank you"

Posted by Attends.com on 8/29/2018 to News
Attends Discreet Underwear Day/Night  - Excellent Overnight Product  $43.19 per case with coupon
Allows for Uninterrupted Sleep Overnight   NOW $43.19 PER CASE WITH COUPON "thank you"

Attends Discreet Day/Night Extended Wear Underwear is our most absorbent product in the Attends Discreet line. Featuring our high performance DermaDry™ Technology and 30% more absorbent capacity to lock in wetness and keep skin feeling dry and healthy. Now including - barrier leg cuffs, odor shield, partial belly elastics, and a comfortable stretch waistband for a secure fit. With the added protection of barrier leg cuffs, Attends Discreet Day/Night Extended Wear Underwear is suggested for moderate to heavy incontinence. Tear-away side panels make removal fast and easy.
  • High Performance DermaDry® Technology
  • 30% more absorbent capacity to lock in wetness
  • Dual Leakage Protection
  • Odor Shield for confidence and dignity
  • Soft, cloth-like breathable fabric
  • Partial Belly Elastic
  • Tear-away side panels for fast and easy removal
  • Recommended for moderate to heavy incontinence

Here's What Makes Seniors Feel and Act Younger

Posted by Carolyn Dickinson on 8/23/2018 to News
Here's What Makes Seniors Feel and Act Younger

There is a Lot You Can Do to Feel More Vibrant

When older adults feel more in control of their lives and get more exercise, they feel younger - and that improves their thinking, overall quality of life and longevity, the studies say. According to HealthDay, one study included 116 older adults (ages 60 to 90) and 106 younger adults (ages 18 to 36). For nine days, the participants kept track of how much control they felt they had each day and how old they felt. These studies made some interesting discoveries about seniors and how they can look and feel their very best.

Dementia From A Caretaker’s Viewpoint

Posted by Carolyn Dickinson on 8/17/2018
Dementia From A Caretaker’s Viewpoint

Being the Caregiver for Someone with Dementia is Often Challenging

Being the primary caregiver to a loved one with dementia can be a challenging task, to say the least. Aaron Howard from The Jewish Herald Voice shares the story of Holly Gershbein who is the caregiver for her mother Bertha. Dementia may decrease a person’s ability to process information, but that does not mean you cannot show them that you care. Listen with your heart and give them plenty of love, and while you are at it pat yourself on the back. Sometimes life can be tough, but you are doing a great job.