We’re in the business of building children’s self-esteem and reducing parents’ stress. Each day, parents around the world get in touch to tell us about the difference our advice and products have made to their child’s confidence and their family’s well-being.
For 40 years we have been helping children and young adults learn to sleep dry at night! DRI Sleeper was established by Dr Anthony Page who was a leading pediatric expert.
DRI Sleeper is a world leading brand of bedwetting alarms and is used in over 55 countries. Customers and Clinics can order alarms directly from us (the manufacturer) or purchase from one of our distributors throughout the world.
Our products are designed with children's safety in mind and are registered with many health authorities such as the FDA.
DRI Sleeper alarms are designed and manufactured in New Zealand by Anzacare, a specialist medical device manufacturer.
Who are we?
DRI Sleeper (Anzacare) is owned and managed by Stephen Sexton and Karen Radford.
Karen is our Senior Bedwetting Alarm Adviser and has been helping families for many years to resolve their children's bedwetting. DRI Sleeper customers and clinicians can contact Karen for guidance if needed. Karen has solutions for many problems encountered with night toilet training and can draw on knowledge from her extensive network. Karen is the author of the book 'A Plan for DRI Nights'. She regularly attends international conferences and works with experts in the field of Children's Continence.
Stephen is in charge of both product design, manufacturing and global logistics.
Cameron heads the Digital Marketing team.
Greer is in charge of everything else.
Where are we?
Head office is based near Wellington, New Zealand which is known as 'the coolest little capital in the world'. From here we support customers and ship alarms worldwide. We have logistics operations in Australia, UK, Europe and North America.
Manufacturing is carried out in an ISO accredited facility based in Christchurch.
Both directors are regularly on the road visiting our distributors across the globe. Please get in touch if you would like a visit!
Why our products work
A bedwetting alarm, when used as directed, solves bedwetting for up to 9 in 10 children. Alarms work faster, and for more children, than any other approach.
It’s based on understanding how children learn. Almost all children wet the bed because their brain hasn’t yet linked needing to pee with waking. Our alarms help children know exactly when they wet, so over a few nights to a few weeks, they learn to notice that ‘full-bladder feeling’, wake and go to the bathroom.
We’ve also designed our product with real children and families in mind: they’re small, safe and easy to use.
Boosting a child’s self-belief is priceless. We hope your child and your family will be next to see the difference.
9 weeks ago my 6 year old was wearing pull ups overnight and was very wet every single morning . 9 weeks later she has just completed 14 nights in a row!! I was sceptical of the product in the beginning but it actually worked, would recommend anyone struggling to give it a go!
Very happy with the bed wetting alarm. My granddaughter(7) has 2 incidence in the month that she has had it and otherwise has been dry. From a child that wet the bed every night. Very happy with my purchase.
Son still having frequent accidents but he is waking up to the alarm so hopefully it will help overtime.
It is great he is waking up to the alarm. It can be encouraging to look out for signs of improvement such as:
• Waking up before the alarm when you have a full bladder
• Smaller and smaller wet patches
• Waking to the alarm straight away
• Alarm going off later during the night
• Alarm sounding less times than usual during the night
• More dry nights
You can also find useful ideas in the Online Resource Kit, particularly the ebook 'A Plan for DRI Nights'. Please contact me if you would like some guidance.