For women who experience bladder leakage.
At TENA, we are committed to providing better continence care for all. With 50 years of experience, we partner with you to tailor solutions that offer optimum fit and functionality, improving quality of care.
At TENA, we understand that each situation and individual is unique and for us, individualised care is key. This means providing products and care routines that are tailored for each resident, as well as your work environment. By partnering with you, we support you in delivering rewarding continence care that improves your residents’ quality of life, and the efficiency of your care home.
We provide you with tools to help you assess each of your residents’ individual care needs, so that you can offer the right care for each person. Care that is personal, dignified and efficient since you will have a better understanding of what works for who.
Care plans that are tailored to the needs of your residents are a vital part of optimal continence care. Our support tools help you to design individualised care routines, involving product usage, toilet routines and healthy skincare regimen. Individualised plans not only improve the quality of life for your resident, but also support the efficiency of your staff and working environment.
We offer a range of support tools to help you and your staff implement individualised care plans. Our online training and expert advice from experienced nurses help your staff to deliver continence care that makes a difference to your resident and your business.
To ensure that improvements in your care home are sustained year upon year, we offer a range of tools to measure and evaluate the success of our solutions. We help you to continuously evaluate your budget based on incontinence-related costs, as well as providing tools to measure improvements in your residents’ skin health, and your residents’ and staff’s satisfaction.
1 Essity Data on file: A Study of incontinence products and services in the elderly care in the Municipality of Copenhagen: A case study of four nursing homes. January 2011.