Wander Alarms & Fall Prevention for Elderly and Dementia Patients
As you may have realized, it's almost impossible to have eyes on someone at risk for falling or with Dementia at all times. The good news is that we have items to help you! Choose from our full selection of wireless door monitoring systems, bed pad sensors, chair pad sensors, and weight sensing floor mats that alert you when someone is getting up or trying to leave through a door. The alarms can sound in the room with the person or you can be notified by a pager. These alarms will typically provide wireless coverage up to 300 feet from the alarm, depending on the building layout. This should be enough to accommodate most standard homes.
The weight-sensitive Bed Sensor Pad reduces falls and unplanned departures by triggering a warning alarm when weight is removed from the pad. This early warning system gives the caregiver time to respond before falls happen.
The weight-sensing Floor Mat reduces falls and unplanned departures by triggering a warning alarm when weight is placed on the mat. The mat can be placed along the side of a bed or in a doorway to alert the caregiver when their loved one attempts to leave bed or a room.
This economical caregiver alarm unit works with a variety of sensors, such as bed pads, chair pads, floor mats, or seat belts, to signal an audible and visual alarm to alert caregivers and prevent falls.
This Safety Auto-Reset Monitor Unit automatically silences and resets alarm, ensuring monitor can always stay on for the caregiver. Works with bed pressure pads, chair pressure pads, floor mat sensors, or seatbelt monitors.
Record a calming message in your own familiar voice. This unique Dual Purpose Recordable Voice Monitor works as either a pull-string monitor OR sensor pad monitor and can easily be transferred from bed to wheelchair and back, thus eliminating the need for multiple monitoring devices.
Alarm unit works together with the colorful door banner to deter exit and prevent wandering. Caregivers are alerted if the door banner is removed from its 'hook & loop' strips with the alarm's low or high volume optional settings.