Wet-Detective Pad Alarm System for urinary incontinence helps adults, special needs people, and caregivers with alerts.
Millions of people, both young and old, suffer from urinary incontinence or the loss of bladder control. It’s a common and often embarrassing problem that no one talks about – but we do!

Incontinence: A Common Problem

Illustration of the Wet-Detective bed pad alarm system for incontinence.Incontinence is nothing to be ashamed of, but it must be addressed. Urinary incontinence is not inevitable, but it can affect your social, work and personal relationships. If it’s affecting your daily life, you should discuss it with your doctor. While it may be a symptom of an underlying problem requiring medical attention, for many, simple lifestyle changes can reduce or stop the problem. Early detection and action are important to ensure that good health and comfort are maintained.

Our team of experts developed the Wet-Detective alarm and other bedwetting products with comfort and care in mind. We offer the most affordable, best quality, and results-oriented products and education. The Wet-Detective™ Wetness Alert System is bringing state-of-the-art technology to bedwetting and incontinence alarms. Illustration of Wet-Detective Alarm Pad system for incontinence in use in a wheelchair.

Created for urinary incontinence management and care, this patented sensor pad and alarm unit system is ideal for aging adults, those with special needs, and the people who take care of them. Simply place the waterproof and washable pad, connected to the alarm unit, on top of the chair or bed on which the individual will sit or lie. When the pad becomes wet, a silent light and soft beep or alarm notify caregivers that the pad is wet and care is needed. The Wet-Detective™ allows a person with incontinence problems to wear their normal clothes and avoid diapers. The alarm alerts lead to improved sanitary conditions for those suffering from incontinence, preventing disease and other health-related problems that can be caused by lying or sitting on a wet pad for extended periods of time.

Maintain comfort and care in any setting.

Visit the National Association For Continence for more information.