Wireless Pull Cord Nurse Call Systems Improve Safety and Satisfaction for Senior Citizens in Assisted Living Facilities
Assisted living facilities now have the opportunity to replace their outdated pull cord nurse call systems with new wireless pull cord systems. This upgrade will provide improved safety and satisfaction for both residents and their families.
The new wireless pull cord systems are designed to be installed in just a few days, making the transition from the old system to the new one seamless.
The wireless pull cords are connected to a central hub that sends a notification to staff when a resident needs help. This allows staff to respond quickly and efficiently to any emergency situation. Staff notifications can include: front desk monitor visual and announcement notification, pagers, radios, and Android smart phones.
The new wireless pull cord systems also reduce liability for assisted living facilities. The wireless pull cords will continue to send signals until a staff member clears the alarm. This ensures that staff are always aware when a resident needs help. Reports are available for supervisors to monitor response times, ensuring quick response by staff members.
The new wireless pull cord systems also improve resident and family satisfaction. The wireless pull cords can be located in the bedroom and bathroom. These can be supplemented with wearable panic buttons (worn around the neck or on the wrist) which are designed to be comfortable and easy to use, meaning that residents can quickly and easily call for help when needed.
Assisted living facilities now have the opportunity to upgrade their outdated pull cord nurse call systems with new wireless pull cord systems. This upgrade will provide improved safety and satisfaction for both residents and their families.
Medical Care Alert's Solution for Assisted Living Facilities
We offer a comprehensive Multitenant Safety System solutions for facilities of all sizes that includes pull cords, resident pendants, bed stations, bath stations and staff stations to send notifications to staff.
Notification options include display devices, Android based smart phones, small two-way radios, portable phones, tablets and pagers.
Systems can be standalone, or monitored by our Emergency Response Centers for additional protection, or for facilities without 24/7 on-site staffing.
- Wireless. All pull cord and wearable button devices are wireless, keeping your costs low and swap-out's easy. Wireless communication within the building avoids wiring and allows for quick installation. No Wi-Fi or cellular service required!
- Reports. Get staff reports on response times, "frequent flyers" who may need higher level of service, and more.
- Diagnostics. 24/7 diagnostics automatically alert any issue on the entire system.
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Typically used in senior care apartments and independent living facilities, the device is activated when a resident presses the Help button or pulls on a pull cord. The request is dispatched to on-site staff or a 24-hour central station, depending on the system set-up. If enabled, the “hidden” Staff Assist button provides caregivers immediate assistance without having to leave the resident’s bedside. Pressing the Cancel button clears the alarm from the system. The station has an anti-microbial coated surface and a tilted face for easy viewing.
Available with pull cord, push-button call cord, and dual push-button call cords for side-by-side beds.
Wearable Pendants/Wristband/Belt-Clip Buttons
These attractive and waterproof wireless pendants for active residents can be worn around their necks, wrists or attached to carabiners.
The easy pushbutton request for help is dispatched to on-site staff or a 24-hour central station, depending on the system set-up. Calls can be cancelled via a reset magnet carried by staff members.
Standard coin batteries are easily replaced by staff members, and the front desk is notified when pendant batteries are running low.
The Activity Sensor provides passive notification to the staff of a resident’s well being. The software is customizable to monitor activity whether the resident is an early riser or night owl.
For example: if the sensor activates in a resident’s bathroom during a preprogrammed time period, the activity is registered, eliminating the need for staff to check on resident status.
Sconce Lights/Dome Lights and Zone Lights
For visual notification of resident calls, lights can be mounted outside a resident’s room or in a designated to indicate that a resident call is active. Colors and customizable flash rates differentiate call priorities.
Duty Station Display and Neighborhood Display Monitors
The primary Duty Station Displays provides a visual and audible annunciation of calls. Stations can differentiate between four different levels of call priorities. The station has an anti-microbial coated surface and a tilted face for easy viewing.
Reliable Windows-based system ensures compatibility and ease of use.
Reports can be scheduled and sent via email, or run ad hoc as needed.
Optional Neighborhood Displays are strategically placed in the facility to allow staff to easily view active resident calls and their priorities. Multiple options allow it to visually display any number of active calls at a time, scroll like a marquee, show calls in list view and more. Place these within certain duty areas stations, utility rooms, meds rooms and other places where staff congregate.
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