Telecare equipment

Equipment

Description

The Lifeline unit and personal trigger constitute the basic package of telecare. Additional items are provided based on assessment.

Picture

Lifeline Unit

Users can call for help by pressing the large button on the Lifeline home unit, or by pressing the red button on their pendant anywhere in the home. The Lifeline home unit will also automatically contact the monitoring centre when it receives an alert signal from any telecare sensor installed.

Lifeline vi

 

Personal Trigger

 

Worn around the neck, on the wrist or attached to an item of clothing, personal triggers enable a call for help to be raised anywhere in the home or garden.

 

 

Myamie pendant

 

Smoke detector

The smoke detector will raise an alarm at the monitoring centre if it detects smoke allowing appropriate action to be taken.

 

Smoke detector

Flood detector

Provides an early warning by raising an alert of potential flood situations in the home.

 

Flood detector

Carbon Monoxide detector

Warns of dangerous carbon monoxide levels within a property at the 24 hour monitoring centre allowing the appropriate action to be taken.

Carbon monoxide detector

Bed/chair occupancy sensor

The bed/chair occupancy sensor provides protection for those who leave their bed/chair and fail to return within a specified time period by raising an alarm. It can also minimise the risk of falling by automatically turning on lights. 

Bed occupancy sensorChair occupancy sensor

Fall detector

A device that automatically detects a serious fall and will emit a buzzing noise to alert the user it is about to raise an alert at the monitoring centre.

Fall detector

Property exit sensor

Provides an early warning that the user has left their home and not returned within a predetermined time parameter.

Property exit sensor

iVi Intelligent Pendant

The iVi intelligent pendant provides the wearer with a means of calling for help, 24 hours a day and automatically generates a call for assistance if a fall is detected.

Ivi intelligent pendant

Sounder beacon

Offers both visual and loud audible signals when a sensor or telephone is activated, ideal for the hard of hearing.

Sounder beacon

Movement detector

This wireless PIR (Passive Infra-Red) detects movement and raises an alert, providing the 24 hour monitoring centre with the ability to audibly verify and record the presence of an intruder or alternatively detect for long periods of inactivity.

Pir movement detector

Bogus caller button

Fitted near a door, this discreet button can be used to call for assistance from the 24 hour monitoring centre when a stranger requests entry into a home.

Bogus caller button

Epilepsy sensor

Placed underneath the mattress, the epilepsy sensor detects tonic-clonic seizures and alerts the monitoring centre or carer immediately to provide appropriate assistance.

Epilepsy sensor

Enuresis sensor

Placed under the top sheet of a bed, an enuresis sensor detects instances of urinary incontinence immediately and raising an alert to allow effective action to be taken.

 

 

Enuresis sensor

Medication dispenser

With audible and visual reminders, a medication dispenser alerts the user when their medication is due. If the user fails to access the medication, the device raises an alert so that appropriate action can be taken.

Medication dispenser

Pillow alert

Placed underneath the pillow, the pillow alert vibrates to alert a sleeping user to a potentially dangerous situation e.g. smoke alarm.

 

Pillow alert

The CareAssist

A portable telecare alarm used by onsite carers that can receive instant alerts from telecare sensors and displays not only the type of sensor activated but also the location of the sensor or the name of the person the sensor has been assigned to.
CareAssist