A wearable device which can alert if the person has fallen. They can alert via a Lifeline phone or pager.
These come in a variety of forms and mean that the person carrying the device can be located via GPS, if they are lost or need help. Some have SOS buttons and two-way speech facilities for people to get help when needed. They can be linked to a call-centre or a person of your choice.
There are many different types of easy mobile phones, from simple smartphones to those with fewer, large buttons. Some also have an SOS function, whilst others have picture-dialing
Not knowing what the time is, either due to a visual impairment or being unable to tell the time at all, can be frustrating and, in some cases, can cause behaviour that challenges.
These can be used with most electrical items to make them switch accessible. They can then be controlled using large buttons that can be pressed easily, as well as other types of switches such as head switches and blow switches. This means a person with limited movement could still turn their lamp or TV on […]
This is a special type of pillow which is more breathable and reduces the risk of suffocation if the person has a seizure in bed.
These are bed or chair-based sensors that can alert someone if you don’t return to your bed after a set amount of time or as soon as you get out of a chair. The settings can be configured to suit your needs.
These are bed-based sensors and will alert you or someone else if the bed is wet.
There are different types of sensors that pick up different types of seizures. There are wrist worn ones and bed sensors. Both types will alert someone if the person has a seizure. Some are supported by pagers or Lifeline phones and some are supported by mobile apps.