Tunstall has been developing pioneering telehealthcare products for over fifty years. These are backed by advice, support and after sales services and a Customer Satisfaction Centre that is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
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.
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.
Just Checking is a simple web-based activity monitoring system, which is stand alone and doesn’t require any other telecare devices, connection to a monitoring centre or telephone line. Small, wireless sensors in the home generate a chart of activity which is accessed via a secure website.
The Sounder Beacon combines visual indication together with a loud siren in order to alert people with hearing or visual impairments to a certain type of alarm activation (e.g. smoke alarm) or to an incoming telephone call. The Sounder Beacon can be connected to the Lifeline Vi, Lifeline Vi+ or other Tunstall telecare enabled systems.
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