Main Benefits of Connected Assistive Living
Discrete support for families and carers of those living with dementia and other debilitating illnesses.
Helping people live well, in their own homes, for longer
Creates a safer and more secure environment for vulnerable people
Reduces the risk of falling
Increases the awareness of family and carers of patients to possible accidents
Reduces the risk of medication overdose or missed medication
Sensors monitor malnutrition and dehydration
Connected Assistive Living Solutions
Risk Factors for Elderly Population
Falling is one of the most common causes of trauma for individuals aged 65+ (NHS, 2018)
High number of emergency room admissions and prolonged hospital stays contribute to the high expenses encountered by Government
Using wearable devices
Activity recognition software (using cameras or height sensors) can use the data collected to detect any form of high-risk activity, and alert the care providers
Monitored by caregiver, family member or nursing staff
Removes unnecessary use of resources (staff, hired care provider)
Monitor the actions and the frequency of medication intake, hydration and food uptake
The main objective of tracking devices is for caregivers to be aware and ensure safety of their patients
Individuals with dementia have a much higher tendency to wander and/or find themselves in unfamiliar territories
GPS trackers will enable remote monitoring of their whereabouts to ensure safety
High risk of intruders in their homes
Monitoring and facial biometric recognition ensures safety of the elderly with dementia
Surveillance camera with Artificial Intelligence, capable of distinguishing unfamiliar faces and sending alerts
Security and safety sensors
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