of the world will be
over 60 years
old by 2050
Difficulty in hearing
Many elderly who have suffered from dementia had difficulty in hearing, speech or understanding and thus are not able to communicate their needs.
Diaper dermatitis and bed sores are frequently observed in bedridden patients or in elderly with urinary incontinence who use disposable diapers.
Children monitor their parents
As caregivers are quite difficult to find in the future, it is very important for the children to monitor their parents on their own
Highly absorbent for day and night use (up to 800ml absorption), suitable for babies with sensitive skin up to 24 months old. Made with hypoallergenic plant-derived raw materials that are 100% chlorine and fragrance free.
Connects to the Hub and the Wondermom App via Bluetooth so caretakers can receive real-time data on diaper wetness, fall, and inactivity alerts.
Not only uses as a receiver to allow remote monitoring but changes colour based on diaper wetness level and beeps when nappies need to be changed or abnormal sleeping posture is detected.
Patented in the US, China, Taiwan and Hong Kong, the two stripes (sensing lines) are made with carbon that is certified 100% safe for skin. The coverage of the stripes throughout the pad ensures accurate measure of diaper wetness degree.
DIAPER WETNESS ALARM
Reminds caregivers to change diapers when necessary with personalized settings for sensitive skin.
Provide real-time 24hour data of incontinence and posture for carers to analyze the needs of the individual patients.
Prompts caregivers to reposition the elderly’s posture regularly to prevent bedsores.
HOW TO USE
Connect Sensor to the App
Set up the hub for remote monitoring
"This product is revolutionary! Using the app and diapers made caring for my parents much easier now."
"Wonderfolks has empowered me, allowing me to pay more attention to my mother’s health. It allowed me to monitor the trends and incontinence situations of my current elderly mother. Thank you wonderkin for making this amazing product."