What Does Incontinence, Sound, and Sleep Have In Common? Part 1 of 2

Lori La Bey talks with Deanna Vigliotta and the National Sales Manager for Seni and Jeff McSpadden is co-founder and CEO at Composure.

What Does Incontinence, Sound, and Sleep Have In Common?


  1. About Seni and Composure; what products they offer and how they can help you care better.
  2. Find out how these two companies are collaborating to improve sleep.
  3. How incontinence can affect sleep and other areas of your health.
  4. How does our sleep affect other factors in our lives?
  5. Explore the importance of picking the correct incontinence product for the different times of day.
  6. Learn how sound can become medicine.
  7. What is a sonic environment and how can it affect your sleep?
  8. The difference between nice to have and need to have.
  9. Combining education with preventive methods can impact our sleep outcomes for the better.
  10. What is a sound blanket?
  11. What’s the difference between pink and white noise?

What Does Incontinence, Sound, and Sleep Have In Common?

Deanna has an extensive 30-year healthcare sales and sales management background. As the National Sales Manager of Seni, a premium brand of adult incontinence products.  She and her Seni teammates are on a quest to shift the mindset in the USA from adult incontinence products being viewed as a disposable commodity to high-performing incontinence products being viewed as a critical component of the continuum of care.

Jeff McSpadden is co-founder and CEO at Composure, an evidence-based, digital audio company that delivers original soundscapes for senior living communities to improve sleep and drive healthy outcomes for older adults living with dementia. As an entrepreneur, technologist, and life-long musician, and composer, Jeff has dedicated himself to the pursuit of sound as a vital ingredient to human thriving. Prior to launching Composure, Jeff’s 15-year career as a composer included writing and producing original music for film, television, and advertising with clients such as MGM, NBC, CBS, PBS, HBO, and AMC as well as brands ranging from Mercedes-Benz, Verizon, Progressive, Toshiba, and Ford.

Jeff’s career in music began in his hometown of Dallas, TX as a teenager playing trumpet in a range of idioms from jazz to classical to pop and world music. He moved to New York City to attend The New School for Social Research where he graduated with a Bachelor’s in the Performing Arts. Jeff continues to live in NYC where he and his wife are raising their two teenage sons.

What Does Incontinence, Sound, and Sleep Have In Common?

Contact TZMO USA, Inc. (Seni Brand) Deanna Vigliotta, National Sales Manager

Website https://seni-usa.com/en_US 


Phone  470-377-4942

LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/company/tzmo-usa-inc 

Facebook https://www.facebook.com/SeniCares

YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/@SeniUSACares 

Contact Composure Inc. Jeff McSpadden, Co-founder & CEO

Website  https://www.composure.care/


Composure LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/company/composure-inc

Jeff’s LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/jeff-mcspadden/

Facebook https://www.facebook.com/composureinc

Instagram https://www.instagram.com/composure_inc

What Does Incontinence, Sound, and Sleep Have In Common?

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