The alarm is small and lightweight and features a plastic clip molded directly on the back of the alarm unit, which clips comfortably at the shoulder area or collar of the childís pajamas.
The alarmís small moisture sensor is threaded under your childís shirt and is clipped to the outside of close fitting underwear where wetness would first occur. The alarm is well made and designed to go off at the first sign of moisture.
The Dry-Me alarm has three customizable alert settings that allow you to pick between sound & vibration, sound only, or vibration only. When sounds are used, the alarm will play 8 random sounds so that your child does not tune out one specific sound.
Each sound is delivered at high volume to effectively rouse your child from sleep. When vibration is used, the alarm delivers a continuous strong pulse. Most children respond best to sound and vibration simultaneously, so the alarm is set to do both when you receive it. In addition to these alert features, the alarm also lights up when it is triggered, making it easy to locate in the dark. Comes in unisex red color.
All Individual Alarms sold by ERIC will include full instructions as well as the booklets 'You & Your Alarm' and 'Your Child's Alarm' and are guaranteed for 1 year (excluding sensors, sensor mats, batteries and damage or misuse),
Extremely discreet, the brolly sheet offers soft noiseless protection, simply place on top of the bottom sheet, tuck in the flaps and the waterproof back keeps the mattress dry. When wet it takes just seconds to replace. 100% cotton top sheet with an absorbent middle layer backed with 100% polyurethane. Machine washable.
Seven Steps to Nighttime Dryness is written for parents who need assistance with helping their child achieve dryness. Written by Renee Mercer, a nurse practitioner with years of success in helping kids learn to stay dry at night, she outlines a positive, very practical approach to ending bedwetting. In seven steps, you will learn: (1) What does and does not cause bedwetting: (2) How to select the right time to start treatment: (3) The treatment options available, and which is right for your child: (4) How to choose a bedwetting alarm: (5) How to prepare your child to begin treatment: (6) How to effectively use a bedwetting alarm: and (7) When to stop treatment.