Personal Health & Wellbeing

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Bed/Chair Occupancy Sensor

Provides an early warning by alerting that the user has left their bed or chair and not returned within a preset time period, indicating a potential fall. The sensor can also be programmed to switch on lights, helping people find their way to and from bed easily.

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Enuesis Sensor

Placed between the mattress and sheet, this sensor provides immediate warning on detection of moisture, allowing effective action to be taken. The sensor eliminates the need for carers to make physical checks, promoting dignity and independence.

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Epilespy Sensor

This sensor monitors the user’s vital signs, including heart rate and breathing patterns, to detect a range of epileptic seizures. The sensor eliminates the need for carers to make physical checks, promoting independence and dignity.

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Fall Detector

8,000 older people fall every day in the UK. This fall detector can provide valuable peace of mind by automatically detecting a serious fall and raising an alert to the monitoring centre or designated carer.

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Medication Dispenser

Provides an effective solution to support medication compliance by automatically dispensing medication and 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 the monitoring centre or designated carer.

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Reminder Messages

Informs the user about key information – for example, a family member can record a message to remind the user that they have a hospital appointment. If the user doesn’t confirm that they have received the message, an alert will be raised with the control centre, which can call the user to check that everything is alright.

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Fast PIR Movement Detector

A wireless movement detector, including virtual sensors and ADLife. It can be used as part of an intruder alarm and for activity and inactivity monitoring.

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PIR Movement Detector

A wireless movement detector that can be used for activity and inactivity monitoring, for example, to check if a person has got out of bed or visited the kitchen.

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Pressure Mat

Monitors movement in a specific area, for example to monitor if someone has got out of bed or left the house.

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Property Exit Sensor

As 40 percent of people with dementia are prone to walking about, this sensor specifically monitors for people leaving a building at unusual times of day or night. It can also detect if a main exit door has been left open and can be linked to external lighting to provide added protection.
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Pull Cord (Radio)

To raise alerts in areas where personal triggers are unlikely to be worn, for example, positioned next to the bed. A wired version is also available.

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Radio Frequency Identification Buttons

Providing dignity in care for laundry management.

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Minuet Watch

This has been developed to help encourage TeleCare users to wear their personal triggers throughout the day. By combining an alarm button with a high quality watch, users are more likely to wear it and as a result will be provided with additional protection as their ability to raise an alarm is increased.

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Personal Trigger(Radio)

MyAmie Pendant – developed in response to customer feedback showing an increasing number of people prefer to wear the pendant on their wrist. After extensive testing, we have designed the MyAmie. The MyAmie is a very comfortable to wear pendant that is half the size of the Amie+, yet the red button is a third larger. The MyAmie pendant enables the user to raise a call for help in their home or garden, simply by pressing the large red button within a 50m range of the Lifeline home unit. Pendants are waterproof (to IP67 standard) up to 1m. They can be worn in the shower, however wearing them in the bath should be avoided where possible.