Control Panel -- The Control Panel is the brains of the system. It collects all of the data from the sensors and transmits this to the network operations center for management. The system also checks in with each device periodically to ensure that everything is functioning correctly.
Door Sensors -- These sensors can be used for doors, windows, cabinets, refrigerators, medication boxes, etc. This allows us to know when that door has opened so we can respond according to the parameters the team has set.
Motion detectors -- This motion sensor allows us to know which rooms the individual is in and if the individual gets up at night. For instance we could track how long the individual is in the restroom so we can respond as needed.
Bed sensors -- This sensor is placed either under the mattress cover or between the mattress and box springs. This allows us to know when the individual vacates their bed so we can monitor the situation and follow the team's parameters on the type of response needed.
Toilet Mat Sensors -- This sensor is placed at the base of the toilet. This allows us to know how long the individual is on the toilet so we can monitor the situation and follow the team's parameters on the type of response needed. This allows us to identify times the individual may be sick and needs additional assistance/supports.
Panic Sensors -- This sensor can be worn by the individual. This button allows individuals to have direct access to our Overnight Monitoring Support Staff. When this is pressed we will call the individual immediately to see how we can assist them.
Carbon Monoxide -- This sensor will detect Carbon Monoxide so we can immediately support the person in evacuating and we will call emergency personnel for them.
Chair Sensor -- This sensor is placed on a chair or couch. This allows us to know when the individual vacates the chair so we can monitor the situation and follow the team's parameters on the type of response needed.
Smoke/Heat Sensor -- This sensor will detect smoke and heat so we can immediately support the person in evacuating and we will call emergency personnel for them.
Incontinence Sensor -- This sensor will alarm our Overnight Monitoring Support Staff if the individual is incontinent so we can respond accordingly.
Proximity Sensor -- The Proximity Sensor works much like a Motion Detection Sensor but has a much more targeted area. This is great for placing near a med cabinet or an area that needs more control or awareness.
Wellcam -- The WellCam is a great way to stay in 2 way audio communication with your client. The camera has 180 degree field of view allowing almost complete coverage of a room. The camera has a user initiated button to connect to a specific caregiver via the free app. The Wellcam is an excellent tool for monitoring for seizure activity or any safety concerns.
Outdoor Sensor -- The outdoor Door/Window sensor is great for those applications where clients might like to tamper with devices placed inside the home. This allows placement outside in the elements and is protected from tampering. Also, the outdoor sensor can be placed on gates or any other device outside that opens/closes for monitoring.
Lever Lock -- The Lever Lock is used to replace the existing door hardware with a lock that allows for auto-lock, remote lock and keyless entry. This all increases the safety of the client and allows caregivers and remote monitoring staff to ensure the door is locked.
Deadbolt Lock -- The Deadbolt Lock is used to replace the existing door hardware with a lock that allows for auto-lock, remote lock and keyless entry. This all increases the safety of the client and allows caregivers and remote monitoring staff to ensure the door is locked.
Fall Detection Pendant -- The Fall Pendant is a two fold pendant. There is a button the client can push to activate a call for help. In addition the pendant can detect falls and automatically send out a call for help.
Glass Break Sensor -- Glass break sensors are designed to pick up the sound of plate glass (windows) breaking and sending a notification. This is a great device for elopement or self harm clients.
Video Doorbell -- The Video Doorbell is a great tool for assisting in monitoring front door activity and keeping the client safe.
Temperature Sensor -- The temperature sensor allows caregivers and family members to monitor the temps in the home. This can assist with utility bills or safety of the client.
Flood Sensor -- The flood sensor is perfect in places that have a water supply to notify of flooding. Normal placement includes basements, under sinks, bathroom and laundry rooms.
Tilt Sensor -- Used to monitor overhead garage doors for opening/closing or left open status.
Panic Pendant -- The Pendant Panic button allows the client to press the button to alert they need assistance of some type.
Image Sensor -- The Image Sensor Camera is used to capture single images of activity around a door or individual with seizure risk. This device is used where internet is not an option and the target is very specific.