Catering to the Moderate to Heavy Incontinence Sufferer

While much of the new product development for adult incontinence today has led to thinner and thinner products for light incontinence, Illinois-based NorthShore Care Supply has focused on bringing innovation and dignity to those who suffer from moderate to heavy incontinence.  Witnessing family members struggling to manage their incontinence supplies using traditional retail products is what led Adam Greenberg to start up an adult incontinence business while completing his MBA at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business in 2002.  “At that that time, it was very confusing to shop for premium adult diapers online as everything sounded and looked the same and there was nobody that could help guide my family through this frustrating and embarrassing process,” says Greenberg, owner and president of NorthShore Care Supply. “So I studied up, and quickly became a diaper expert and was able to translate all the clinical specifications designed for nurses and hospitals into a very user friendly format that put families and patients at ease and made them feel like our products had a good chance to provide them the dignity and security that they’d been searching for.” Read more.

Source: Nonwovens Industry, October 17, 2019

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NorthShore’s Revolutionary Adult Diaper is Designed to Reduce Stigma Surrounding Heavy Incontinence

Over 80 million adults in the U.S. manage some level of urinary or bowel incontinence, and many millions more will be faced with leaks and loss of control later in life. The good news is many of these symptoms are treatable or can be managed using incontinence pads bought in stores. But what if that isn’t enough? For people who have heavy incontinence and need stronger, more absorbent products than those found in stores, their options have been limited to clinical hospital-like briefs. Until now. Earlier this year, NorthShore Care Supply, a Buffalo Grove Illinois-based company founded to empower those with heavy bladder or bowel leakage, unveiled its popular SupremeLite™ absorbent brief, now in vibrant shades of blue, green and purple. Read more.

Source: Newswire.com., April 23, 2019