How our fall prevention products work:
Our fall prevention and exit alarm products are simple and easy-to-use. Plug a weight-sensing bed or chair pad into an exit alarm monitor and place sensor pad under the resident in a bed or on a wheel chair. When they attempt to get up, the caregiver is notified either quietly by pager, audibly by a bed or chair exit alarm, hallway monitor or a central monitoring unit in a remote location. Floor mats are placed next to the bed or doorway to prevent exits.
Smart Caregiver specializes in all aspects of fall prevention products, mobility monitoring, anti-wandering and quiet fall prevention solutions. Several products are designed to prevent wandering of memory care residents who may have dementia or Alzheimer’s disease. Others are designed to help prevent falls of residents, patients or loved ones who are at high risk for falls. Most of our devices are available in CordLess® models.
Fall prevention products include:
* bed exit alarms
* chair exit alarms
* pull-string fall prevention alarms
* weight-sensing pressure pads for bed or chair exit alarms
* weight-sensing floor mats
* wheelchair seat belts
* motion sensors
* caregiver paging systems
* anti-wandering door systems
We are committed to helping caregivers prevent falls and wandering in their facilities in order to keep their residents safe. We have several fall risk assessment tools in order to do so. Call us, or your distributor, if you would like additional guidance.
Fall Prevention Monitors
- No cords between the monitor and sensor pads which reduces tripping hazards; TL-2100G
- Our most popular fall monitor – easy-to-use and automatically resets; TL-2100S
- Low cost fall monitor with On-Off switch – works great with floor mats and seat belts; TL-2100E
- No more writing dates on the pads! Monitor alerts caregiver when pad life is up; TL-2100CP
- Flexible wireless monitor that talks to pagers, central monitors and remote caregiver alerts. Very flexible to fit your needs; TL-2016
Preventing falls among older adults is a growing concern.
According to the Centers for Disease and Control (CDC), each year, one in every three adults age 65 and older falls and over 2 million will be treated in an emergency room.
Early notification to a caregiver when a resident is about to get up or wander can help prevent falls. With the use of a bed alarm system, when the alarm sounds, caregivers can quickly go to the aid of a patient before they get out of bed or a chair.
Smart Caregiver specializes in fall monitor alarms for caregivers monitoring residents and or loved ones.