Motion sensor technology installed in the home monitor activity at a distance helping individuals remain safe and independent at home - providing peace of mind without constant hands on care.

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Sensor Signals

A variety of motion/activity and pressure sensors are placed in the home to monitor movement and activity.

Monitoring Team

The Monitoring Team follows user selected protocols to dispatch an on call agency caregiver, family or support network, and emergency response when needed. . 

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Alerts & Events

Option to receive personalized notifications and alerts sent to families, loved ones and other contacts.

multiple sensors placed in the common activity areas in the home

multiple sensors placed in the common activity areas in the home

Types of Sensors

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Monitoring Made Easy

Secure Access – To view activity of your loved one with recent alerts for response or immediate assistance

Monitoring on your schedule – Options available for 24/7 and scheduled monitoring to adapt to personal schedules as need

Alerts and Activity in real time – Analyzed by our Monitoring Team to respond to any alerts and changes in activity. Alerts can include:

  • Still in bed or chair
  • Period of inactivity
  • Door opened at unusual hour
  • Fall detection
  • Door is left open

Sensor access – view all sensor activity throughout the day to ensure your loved ones is up and active

Emergency response if or when needed - Monitoring team follows family selected protocols and dispatching emergency response when needed

 


Success Stories

Mrs. K

is a 91 year old woman who is living at home alone.  At night, Ms. K tends to be unsteady on her feet and is at risk for falls. Sensors were installed to maintain her valued alone time and independence during the day. One afternoon, the Monitoring Team was alerted that she had been sitting in her recliner for longer than usual. She was having trouble getting out of her chair and needed assistance. Within 17 minutes, assistance responded to help her out of her chair. Additional care was provided until she was feeling stronger.

 

Mr. B

is a 96 year old man who lives alone in his home. He needed 24 hour care. As an alternative to assisted living, Mr. B had sensors installed in his home. One evening, Mr. B left his bed and did not return for several minutes however there was no motion elsewhere in the house.  The Monitoring Team called Mr. B to ensure that a fall had not taken place and found that he had fallen asleep on his bedside commode.  The team stayed on the phone with Mr. B while he safely returned back to bed.

 

Mrs. R

lives at home and has been utilizing 24hour in-home care.  The expense of this around the clock care was becoming too costly.  By coordinating remote monitoring with daily hands-on care, SensorSAFE was able to save Mrs. R over $6500 per month  - ensuring that she could remain safely in her home!

 

Mrs. S

is 95 years old and lives at home alone. During the day, she has private caregivers to assist with a variety of needs, however her out of town family is concerned about her safety at night. While Mrs. S was adamant about not having care at night, she agreed to add sensors in her home. One evening, the Monitoring Team was alerted that there was no motion/activity in the home. 16 minutes later, a caregiver was deployed, entered the home and found Mrs. S had fallen in her living room. The caregiver helped Mrs. S back into her recliner, while her family was called and notified of the incident.