Meet DFree®

The first wearable device for urinary incontinence

DFree continuously monitors your bladder and sends timely notifications to your phone when it’s time to go to the bathroom.

Used in over 500 senior care communities since 2017

Who is it for?

DFree is designed for use by hospitals, skilled nursing and senior care communities to provide residents and patients with timely toileting care.

Avoiding accidents and getting to the bathroom on time is a constant concern for all. DFree sends the caregiver advance notifications so he/she can help a patient/resident get to the bathroom in ample time. DFree also supports self-toileting by predicting when to go to the bathroom.

How does it work?

DFree monitors the bladder, predicts when your bladder is full, and sends alerts to go the bathroom.

Safe and Non-Invasive

DFree uses a harmless and non-invasive ultrasound sensor to monitor the bladder.

Easy to use

Simply secure the ultrasound sensor using an adhesive tape to the lower abdomen.

All the data in one place

DFree Pro app tracks changes in bladder, records urination timings, and sends alerts for bathroom visits. 

Track multiple patients

Caregiver will receive timely notifications when the patient/ resident needs to use the bathroom. 

Detailed analysis

DFree Pro website can show patients’/residents’ urination timings at a glance using a chart. 

Remote patient monitoring

Access patient/resident data remotely via Internet enabled devices including smartphones, tablets and laptops. 

What are the benefits?

Benefits for care providers


Up to 30% reduction in care time provided.*


Up to 50% reduction in cost of diapers and pads.*

Improved Quality of Care

Allows you to provide assistance at the right time to improve quality of care.

• Data above are based on results from use in senior care facilities. Results may vary.

Benefits for patients

Improved Quality of Living

Allow your residents and patients to live without worries.

More Confidence

Give your residents and patients confidence and enthusiasm to participate in daily life activities.

Better Communication

Enable better communication with your residents and patients by knowing when they need your support.

Millions of seniors and people with disabilities suffer from urinary incontinence everyday. We believe that having control of your senses is the key to independence and a better life.


Testimonials from Senior Care Facilities

"DFree bladder monitoring and notification features have positively impacted the bathroom routine of our patients with incontinence.  With DFree, our caregivers are able to know exactly when they need to take patients to the bathroom. This has allowed our caregivers to allocate more time to other activities."

Kazu Kotani, Administrator,
OC Kaigo Homes (Residential care facility for seniors in Laguna Hills, California)

"I have found using the DFree a very useful tool since I have some left over damage from having kidney cancer. My bladder does not by itself send me the feeling that it is time to go. So sometime I would stand up and loss controls because my bladder was full. I get the signal from my phone and then I get up and go. I have had no accidents since I started using the DFree. It is a wonderful tool and any issues because you have a little extra weight are really easy to deal with you just have to use persistence getting a good connection. DFree has changed my life."

Kathleen, Age 64

"The DFree has changed my life. I used to have to take 10 minute bathroom breaks, every 10-15 minutes to prevent leaking, but with the DFree, now I know EXACTLY when to use the bathroom. It doesn't put stress on me like before the device. It helped my anxiety because I didn't have to constantly worry about embarrassing leakage or accidentally peeing my pants anymore because the DFree knew EXACTLY when I needed to go. I even told my physical therapist who specializes in pelvic floor physical therapy for urinary incontinence about the DFree! She was impressed!"

April Diresse, Age 29

"Having to use the restroom urgently and being unable to quite make it was worrisome, and potentially embarrassing. I would limit my time away from a known restroom and cross my fingers. The DFree allows me to schedule my bathroom visits before they become urgent. I feel comfortable leaving the house knowing I’ll know when I need to go. The peace of mind is invaluable. I have set the DFree to alert me on an ongoing schedule. I was never able to get it to sound an alert on my iPhone, however when I set it up to remind me every 2 hours, it did so with a sound alert. That’s been working. I’d love to know my error in getting the sound to ring on my iPhone when needed. Thank you for this opportunity."

Karen, Age 70