Project Lifesaver and Geolocation Devices
Project Lifesaver is recognized for their work with Alzheimer’s patients, and children with autism. They have created a PAL system which integrates a wristwatch with a transmitter, portable receiver, and GPS tracker. If the individual wearing the tracker leaves a designated location, you will receive an alert. This wearable is ideal for a person in senior care, or home healthcare.
There are similar geolocation devices that are more cost-effective, these allow you to track an individual with a mobile or wearable device. The geolocation devices come available in smart soles, wrist watches, and credit card size modules.
Body Guardian Sensors
The wearable sensors allow you to perform cardiac monitoring while still active and performing routine functions. All your data is delivered in real-time to physicians over a cloud-based platform.
Be Close Sensors
These sensors are perfect to keep a close eye on senior care without infringing on the privacy of your loved one. The sensors are placed throughout the home without the use of cameras. If the sensors notice anything unusual or out of character, you will be notified via text or email.
If you are an elderly caregiver or registered nurse, you understand the importance of senior care and how quickly things can go awry. The traditional in home medic alert systems have proven useful in assisting with emergency response and fall detection in elderly care. The technological advances of smart wearables are providing an innovative and profitable method of increasing important lifesaving opportunities.