Anavah Health

Wellesley,  MA 
United States
  • Booth: 518

Technology Transforming Incontinence Care

Anavah Health is transforming the way we provide incontinence care from a reactive state to utilitizng a proactive tool, Know-Able™ to help empower staff to take control of their workload and be better able to prioritize their work, have more time for making relationships and providing other pertinent care.  Reducing sleep disturbances related to checking for incontinence helps reduce negative behaviors during the day when working with a population living with cognitive impairment.  Incontinence management is a pillar in quality of care and determines how well other chronic conditions are managed.  With less exposure to waste, an individual can have less falls, less injuries related to falls, less wounds, less infections, less antipsychotic medication use, less aggitation and more dignity in the struggles of living with incontinence day in and day out.  Visit our website to learn more about our solution and contact us to inquire more about the toolkit we are currently working with NADONA to develop for training within your community!

Brands: Know-Able™


  • Know-Able TM
    A smart brief powered by technology that communicates to a proprietary system that takes voiding episodes and communicates them to the frontline staff to inform them if and when an individual is wet and is in need of incontinence care....

  • Incontinence Care: A Crisis in Plain Sight

    Over 50% of seniors in the US live with some form of incontinence, millions of whom are severely incontinent and unable or reluctant to advocate for themselves. The state of their incontinence care is unacceptable, and their downstream effects are harmful and costly.  For frail seniors, skin infections, UTIs, and orthopedic injuries caused by falls are very painful and debilitating. They are among the most common reasons for emergency room visits and hospital admissions. These are sentinel events that can trigger a cycle of decline, and far too often, hasten death.

    It Starts with Knowing...

    The foundation for improved incontinence care is knowing.

    No one would question the necessity of EKG monitors in cardiac units, a critical tool that enables clinicians to do their jobs. In the same way, frontline long-term care caregivers deserve the tools to know because seniors deserve to be changed as quickly as possible. It's that simple.

    Anything else borders on inhumane.

    Know-Able™ Incontinence and infection monitoring in one solution.


    Know-Able™'s disposable incontinence products have remote monitoring wetness sensors built right into them, so there are no attached devices. This means that caregivers continue to change patients as normal, and instead of time-consuming rounding, when patients may not be wet, caregivers only respond when necessary. The result is significantly less exposure to urine, and less caregiver time spent on incontinence care. 

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