When a patient or loved one is reaching that stage of life, where wandering, falling and confusion are becoming an issue, our occupancy and exit sensors are the perfect tools to ensure safety and security and offer peace of mind.
All of our intuitive products link to our 24 hour monitoring centre and our ‘always there’ caring and compassionate staff are trained to know exactly what to do in the event of an emergency.
Browse our list of products below to see how each one can enhance safety and security and give you greater peace of mind.
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This sensor provides an early warning by alerting you that your patient or loved one has left their bed and not returned within a preset time period, indicating a possible fall. The sensor can also be programmed to switch on lights, helping people find their way to and from bed easily.
The Chair Occupancy Sensor provides real time alerts when a patient or loved one leaves a chair. This is of great benefit in preventing falls or notifying carers of potential issues with wheelchair users
When our loved ones become vulnerable, frail, older or a little bit impaired, their safety is first priority. The Property Exit Sensor provides real time alerts when a client or loved one has walked out of their door and not returned so that carers can ensure their safety.
The Bedside Monitor unit is capable of detecting spasm induced bed movement, sounds associated with distress and bed vacation by the addition of the necessary sensors. Any distress condition is immediately communicated to either the carer pager, or by wired connection to a Nurse Call. The pager can support up to 3 bedside monitors (or an Bedside Companion extended pager is available for up to 32 clients).
This trigger allows users to arm the movement detector functionality at the touch of a button on vacating their dwelling and then to disarm it in the same way as they re-enter. It can also be used as a zoning trigger to enable users to arm movement detectors downstairs whilst disabling sensors upstairs to allow movement during the night. This means that users will not need to ‘beat’ the zoning delay time before the system arms, therefore users can take as much time as required to walk up the stairs without needing to panic.