This device can be used to detect a rapid rise in temperatures. It will emit an audible alarm and transmit a call to the monitoring centre at the same time. This really gives me peace of mind.
These are good to go next to the bath or below the wash basin, if I leave the taps running and the water spills over on to the floor, this will send an alarm message through to the monitoring centre.
These door contacts can be attached to cupboards, the fridge or pretty much anything with a door. It can help monitor if I am eating or cooking on a regular basis.
Carbon Monoxide Detector / Gas Detector
This really is an amazing device. If I have gas or carbon monoxide leaking in my kitchen, something you might not always be aware of, this discrete little device will let the monitoring centre know about it immediately, keeping me and my loved ones safe and sound.
Hover your mouse over the symbols on the picture to see some of the equipment you can have installed in your home.
I have some really useful equipment in my house, one great thing is nobody normally notices them as they are so discreet. Why not take some time to have a look through some of the devices that I use, these may change from time to time, depending on my needs - so pop back and look for updates.
What is Telecare?
Telecare is a service made up of personal and environmental sensors that enable people to remain safe and independent in their own home for longer. 24 hour monitoring ensures that, should an event occur, the information is acted upon immediately and the most appropriate response put in place.
Telecare is customisable to most individual’s situations. Here are just a few examples of some groups of people who have benefited from the implementation of a telecare package:
• Those who are vulnerable or at risk • Those with disabilities
• Those with learning difficulties • Those who live alone
• Those with sensory impairment • Those with limited mobility
• Those who are frail • Those who are at risk of falling