14 Apr 2016
TENA is the world-wide leader in incontinence products. For over 40 years we’ve been at the forefront of developing products to meet the needs of individuals, carers and healthcare services.
It's all about care…
Bladder weakness, or incontinence, is surprisingly common. 1 in 3 women experience some type of bladder weakness during their life and up to 1 in 10 men. It may not be an especially serious medical condition in and of itself, but the impact it has on everyday life can be profound. The ever-present fear of 'an accident' can make many of the things we take for granted - shopping, exercising, even lifting your child for a hug - seem daunting.
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Without proper management of the condition, there's a possibility that people experiencing incontinence may become withdrawn, denying themselves the very things they most enjoy in life.
TENA is dedicated to the idea that incontinence is a condition that can be improved or better managed and it shouldn't stop people from leading a full and happy life. This idea lies at the core of everything we do: whether we're developing products and services, promoting best practices for incontinence care within healthcare residential homes, increasing awareness of pelvic floor programs or broadening public understanding. It’s about providing better care.
In an aging society, it's inevitable that increasing numbers have higher care needs either at home, with their loved ones or in professional residential care. For caregiving relatives, incontinence care can be a physically, emotionally and economically demanding role. We want to provide the best advice, support and products possible to help them provide the best quality of life for themselves as well as the ones they care for.
With Asaleo Care's experience working with healthcare professionals, we continue to develop more effective products, services and educational materials that promote enhanced care, while also taking into account the needs of caregivers and the economic realities of healthcare providers.