Tunstall Healthcare will be showcasing its very latest Connected Care solutions at this year’s International TEC Conference.
Visitors to Stand 40 can be among the first to see CareClip, a wearable, mobile device ensuring the user can easily access help when away from home. Features such as location monitoring, fall detection, boundary alerts and two-way speech ensure an efficient response from formal or informal carers and support the independence and safety of the user.
CareClip has been designed to help a wide range of people, including those with dementia, learning disabilities or poor mobility, enabling them to remain connected to their communities.
Vibby is Tunstall’s latest fall detector, which combines contemporary styling with cutting edge technology. Worn on the wrist, the Vibby will automatically raise an alert if it senses the user has fallen, and also enables the wearer to easily call for help manually.
Delegates can also find out more about how digital and cloud-based technologies open up a new world of possibilities for the provision of care in the home. Product Marketing Director Richard Farrell-Smith will explain how Tunstall’s new Connected Care eco system makes it possible to realise the potential of the latest solutions and provide a platform for future technologies at 11.20am on Tuesday 18th October on the Innovation Stage.
Tony Walker, Sales Operations and Business Development Director, commented; “This year’s conference theme of Connected Care, Connected Homes and Connected Communities resonates strongly with Tunstall’s vision for utilising Connected Care and Connected Health to improve lives and deliver efficiencies. We’re delighted to be attending this event which gives us an excellent opportunity to meet with customers and gain their valuable insight into our latest solutions.”
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