The CareGiver Partnership Offers New Containment Swim Brief for Incontinent Adults and Teens

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The CareGiver Partnership, a national direct-to-consumer retailer of incontinence products, has added a new product to its lineup that furthers its mission of providing normalcy and dignity. The SOSecure Containment Swim Brief is a unisex, washable garment designed to be worn under a swimsuit, allowing adults and teens with incontinence to enjoy water activities.

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The SOSecure Containment Swim Brief can be worn discreetly under swimwear.

While it's useful for swimming in summer because it's thin and discreet, it's also great for winter trips and to cover disposable or cloth diapers.

The CareGiver Partnership has added a swim brief made for adults and teens managing incontinence to its product offerings.

“This swim brief is unique in that it’s designed for adults and teens with bowel incontinence, unlike a product such as Little Swimmers for toddlers,” says Lynn Wilson, Co-Founder of The CareGiver Partnership. “The SOSecure Containment Swim Brief will contain a small amount of urinary leakage as well.”

The machine-washable brief is made to be worn under a regular swimsuit and next to the skin. It was designed by a mom for her daughter, with comfort in mind. It’s made of latex-free, stretch polyurethane fabric with a fleece lining and has elastic waist and leg bands.

“To maximize effectiveness, it’s important to purchase the right size, then keep it snug using the adjustable closures,” says Wilson. “Measure waist size and hip size, then order according to the largest measurement. Anyone less than 5 feet tall should order the youth size because of its shorter rise; customers taller than 5 feet will better fit in an adult size.”

The SOSecure Containment Swim Brief is available online at The CareGiver Partnership in sizes extra small, to fit waists or hips 22 to 23 inches, to 5XL, fitting waists or hips up to 58 inches.

“This product has a myriad of uses. While it’s useful for swimming in summer because it’s thin and discreet, it’s also great for winter trips and to cover disposable or cloth diapers,” Wilson says.

For tips on traveling with incontinence, visit The CareGiver Partnership blog, an informative resource for caregivers and seniors.

For further reading:
Handling Incontinence While Traveling
Have Incontinence, Will Travel

The CareGiver Partnership is a national direct-to-consumer retailer of home healthcare products for incontinence, diabetes, nutrition support and more. In its sixth year of providing products and services that help caregivers and loved ones maintain personal dignity, the company also offers an online library of more than 1,200 family caregiver resources and personal service by experts in caregiving. Call 1-800-985-1353 or visit online at

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