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  • Medication Dispensers

    Medication Dispensers can be used to automatically provide access to medication over a 28 day period, providing audible and visual alerts to the user each time medication should be taken. If the user fails to access the medication, an alert is raised to our friendly and helpful staff at our 24 hour monitoring centre.

  • Bed Guardian System

    When a loved one has Epilepsy or a similar health or cognitive condition, it can be a constant strain for carers to ensure their needs are sufficiently met. The Bed Guardian’s Advanced Multifunction monitor integrates many monitoring functions to support those with health conditions such as Epilepsy, into a single compact device.

  • Companion Mini (Epilepsy Monitor)

    Easy to install, the Companion Mini provides peace of mind by monitoring the risks and activities of those who have epilepsy. The device is designed to be placed in the center of the bed between the base and the mattress

  • Epi-Care Free Wrist Sensor

    Bringing new wireless technology to the care of people with epilepsy, the Epi-Care Free wrist-worn sensor has the ability to detect tonic-clonic seizures while the user is sleeping or awake.

  • Moisture Sensing Sheets

    If you have loved ones who are experiencing some loss in their mobility, their awareness or their independence you will know that maintaining the dignity and discretion of your loved ones is a priority.

    The Moisture Sensing Cotton Sheet with embedded sensing wires is the perfect solution to detecting an incontinence episode with comfort and discretion

  • Portable Enuresis Support

    When a loved one lives alone or needs regular care, it is vital to know when they need assistance so that they are not left in an uncomfortable or degrading situation. The Portable Enuresis Support System comprises of a small detector unit which fits snuggly onto the waist band of incontinence pads or underwear.

  • CO Detector (wireless)

    Carbon Monoxide (also known as CO) is a colourless, odourless poisonous gas and is a common yet preventable cause of death from poisoning worldwide. On average between 1 and 2 people die each year in Ireland from CO poisoning in the home.

  • Access trigger (Carer Trigger)

    This trigger allows authorised carers to access a client’s property once an alarm call has been raised and the need for on site help has been determined.

  • Arm / Disarm / Zoning Trigger

    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.

  • Big Button Telephone

    The Big Button Telephone with its large black buttons with white numbering, hearing aid compatibility, visual call indicator and earpiece volume control is the ideal phone for those with poor sight, hearing difficulties or limited dexterity.

  • Care Alarm Pager

    The P137 Care Alarm Pager is more than a pager, it is a complete Nurse Call Station in your pocket. It can monitor the status of up to 32 Alert-it alarm sensors.

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