Bed Occupancy Sensor
The occupancy sensor is designed to automatically raise an alarm if a person gets out of bed/chair. This may be useful if someone is at risk of falling or needs supervision with mobility.
Door Break Sensor
The door break sensor attaches to the door and door frame and sends an alert to the pager if the door has been opened. This could help to alert a carer if someone in the household is at risk if they left the house alone.
The falls detector sends an alert to a pager to let someone in your household know if you have fallen.
The pressure mat is designed to automatically raise an alarm if a person gets out of bed/chair. This may be useful if someone is at risk of falling or needs supervision with mobility.
Motion Sensor with Pager
The sensor is placed in an area like the kitchen or landing. When someone enters that location an alert is sent to a pager.
The GPS tracker is worn by a person who may be prone to wondering or getting lost. If the person does get lost a family member or friend can receive a text message from the device which would include a map which will show the location of the lost person.
Night time Epileptic Seizure Monitor
The epilepsy sensor alerts family or carer if a person has a seizure in bed. There are different monitors depending upon the type of seizures.
Last updated: 9.33pm on Wednesday 17 April 2019