Technology can help to keep people safe and independent. Devices such as wearable fall detectors and bed/chair occupancy sensors can ensure help is on hand quickly after a fall, which can mitigate its effects. Medication dispensers and prompts can reduce falls due to medication mismanagement, and lifestyle monitoring can identify behaviours which may indicate the likelihood of a fall, enabling intervention.
Solutions to Support Falls Management
Tunstall offers a range of Connected Care and Health solutions, which use advanced technology to provide enhanced care and support for people at risk of falls. Solutions are tailored to the needs of the individual and their circumstances, and designed to evolve over time as the user’s requirements change.
Tunstall Lifeline Digital
Tunstall Lifeline Digital is our next generation home hub, designed for a digital future, with superb connectivity providing a platform for highly personalised and efficient care solutions and an improved user experience.
The Lifeline Smart Hub
The Smart Hub is Tunstall Healthcare UK’s first IP home unit, opening a new world of possibilities for the provision of care in the home.
The MyAmie is a small, discreet pendant, operating on the 869MHz European Social Alarm frequency, which allows the user to raise an alarm call in an emergency, even if the home unit is out of reach or in another room.
iVi Intelligent Pendant
The iVi Intelligent Pendant is a small, discreet and lightweight, wearable device which allows the user to raise an alarm from anywhere in the home if they are in difficulty. It also automatically raises an alarm if a fall is detected.
Vibby Fall Detector
The Vibby is a sleek, contemporary and technologically advanced fall detector which can be worn on the wrist or around the neck.
GO is the perfect companion to a telecare package, offering two-way speech, fall detection and locatability for reassurance while away from home.
Bed/Chair Occupancy Sensor
The bed/chair occupancy sensor provides an early warning by alerting that the user has left their bed or chair and not returned within a pre-set time period, indicating a possible fall. The sensor can also be programmed to switch on lights, helping people find their way to and from bed easily.
The pressure mat is a versatile telecare sensor that can be used for activity monitoring or intruder alerts.