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Home automation support using assistive aids and technology

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You can use home automation technology to make your life easier around the house. Some solutions even let you manage your home remotely or use it to check on a relative that needs additional support.

Just Checking

As an activity monitoring system, Just Checking helps people live in their own homes for longer by showing family and professionals their day-to-day capabilities.  Just Checking uses discreet wireless movement sensors placed around a property to send an overview of daily activity to an online app. From here, family and professionals can see whether an individual is visiting the kitchen to make meals, using the bathroom as expected, and getting a good night's sleep.

 

MySense

Information from fixed and wearable sensors is gathered by our secure platform. MySense then learns behaviour patterns and can quickly identify declining health or immediate care needs.  A range of sensors is available, including wristbands, door monitors, plugs, and taps.

 

Possum

An environmental control system that assists the user to perform activities around the home and enhances independence, for example, answering the phone, switching on the lights, drawing the curtains, etc.

 

Alarms

Safety Systems Distribution is the UK distributor of Bosch radio- based nurse call system and the main UK distributor of Intercall hard-wired nurse call audio and non-audio systems.   

 

Auto reminders

Especially necessary in the home of someone with Alzheimer's or any form of dementia.    

 

Lamp and light controls

Create your own wireless lighting environment with the Philips Hue connected bulbs and wireless bridge. Control it all with your iPhone or iPad wherever you are. You can connect up to 50 Hue light bulbs to a single system.   

 

Specialised equipment for the partially sighted

UK based company specialising in the design, manufacture and supply of innovative aids for the blind and partially sighted.

Includes talking measuring jigs, talking kitchen scales and talking tags.

 

Bed and Chair Occupancy Pressure Sensor Mat Alarms

For clients suffering from dementia or to alert carers of people exiting beds and chairs.  

 

LCD day clock

The simple innovative LCD day clock was designed specifically for people with Alzheimer's and Dementia. It is the only product of its kind in the UK and is for anyone with an impaired memory.     

 


 

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