Healthcare products are subject to government subsidies in Singapore. While adult incontinence products are not specifically subsidised, the government has established grants that caregivers can apply for, including additional monthly cash handouts for caregivers to use for their relatives.
However, treating incontinence with the appropriate products and at an earlier stage is vital to reduce the disruptive effect that it has on its sufferers’ lifestyles. At the same time, insufficient consumer education prevents this issue from being properly addressed in Singapore.
Since the pandemic, consumers have become more interested in sports and fitness activities, and the removal of restrictions on social and group activities means that people are spending more time outdoors. It is therefore possible that players in light incontinence will perform better along with more innovations in terms of convenience and mobility.
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Retail Adult Incontinence
Includes a variety of protective products for different levels of bladder or bowl adult incontinence. Products with different levels of absorbency are covered, including pads, pants/protective underwear, briefs, undergarments and pant/pad systems.See All of Our Definitions
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