Urinary Incontinence in the Adult Day Services Industry: Applying Person Centered Principles
Wednesday, January 17, 2024
1:00 pm EDT/ 12:00 pm noon CDT/ 11:00 am MDT/ 10:00 am PDT
NADSA Members: $69
In this webinar, participants will learn how clients living with urinary incontinence affect all departments within an Adult Day Services Program. Participants will learn how to help incontinent clients live an improved quality of life both during the day while attending adult day services programs, and when returning back to their homes at night. This webinar will also explain the benefits of undisturbed nightly sleep and how restorative sleep ripples out to better clinical and social outcomes for everyone involved in the care of older adults.
At the completion of this webinar, the participant will be able to:
- Understand the 4-5 types of urinary incontinence.
- Understand the importance of uninterrupted restorative sleep.
- Understand what features to look for when choosing high performing adult incontinence products.
- Participants will also learn the benefits of implementing a Continence Care program for their clients which include:
1. No financial investment
2. Maintaining client census
3. Retaining caregiver staff
4. Creating a recurring monthly revenue stream.
Deanna Vigliotta has an extensive 30-year healthcare sales and sales management background. She spent many years of her career working in the Radiology Imaging space, developing relationships with physicians, surgeons, practice administrators, hospital administrators, etc. and providing related healthcare products & ancillary services. Deanna joined the Seni sales team in 2019 to better educate consumers, geriatricians, neurologists, SNF's, ALF's, and Memory Care communities around the importance of choosing high performing adult incontinence products to improve the quality of life for incontinent people. She quickly moved from an individual contributor role within Seni to the National Sales Manager, supporting both her Seni teammates and Seni clients, to shift mindset in the USA from adult incontinence products being viewed as a disposable commodity to high performing incontinence products being viewed as a critical component to the continuum of care.