Promoting Independence and Contributing to Safeguarding
Technology can make a difference to people with all kinds of abilities. From managing risks such as fires or falling, to aiding communication and helping to deliver greater privacy or dignity, technology can enable people to have more control over the way they live their lives. With public sector funding under increasing pressure, it is more important than ever that we realise the potential of enabling technologies to make a significant and positive difference to the lives of people with disabilities, and help our health, housing and social care systems to support their needs effectively.
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.
The CareAssist is a portable telecare alarm that can receive telecare alerts and display not only the type of sensor activated but also either the location of the sensor or the name of the person the sensor has been assigned to.
Bogus Caller Button
Fixed near the door, this button will provide reassurance in the event of an unexpected caller. It can also be used to summon assistance or verbal prompts can be given via the Lifeline unit. Such incidents will also be automatically recorded and may be used in evidence.
Medication Dispensers can be used to automatically provide access to medication over a 28 day period, providing audible and visual alerts to the user each time medication should be taken.
The enuresis sensor is a telecare device that detects moisture, raising an alarm so appropriate action can be taken.
Epilepsy sensors are used to monitor people with epilepsy while they sleep.
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.