Resident Care: Promoting Safety, Preserving Independence, Providing Peace of Mind
Resident Care Check-in
Give residents greater independence while eliminating unnecessary staff visits.
Assisted living environments offer residents a higher level of independence - providing care only when it is needed. Responder 4000's Resident Check-in feature facilitates both and at the same time, offers an extra measure of safety and security.
The resident check-in panel features a helpful flashing "reminder" light for residents, to check in at the designated time. When a resident fails to report, a call is directed to the console, alerting staff to call on or visit the resident. Staff members are only dispatched to call on residents who may require assistance - so residents retain their sense of freedom and independence.
- Provides the best balance of independence with supervision
- Allows independent/assisted living residents to 'self-report'
- Console display directs calls or pocket pages to staff when resident has not checked in.
- Resident Check-in panel offers flashing 'check in' reminders for residents
- Optional passive "Check-in" operation via motion detector
- Contemporary design matches any room décor
Preserve your residents' independence by providing them with a small, waterproof, wireless pendant for case of an emergency. This pendant allows them to move freely - while giving them the peace of mind that staff can be instantly alerted with a push of a button. Each pendant is tamper-proof and completely supervised.
Patient Wandering Systems
Responder 4000 can be integrated with most patient wandering systems. This will reduce your facilities liability risk and provide a safe environment for your dementia patients. With Responder 4000, get instant notification of a wandering system alarm at your nurse console, wireless phone, or pocket page .
Integrate the Responder 4000 to any door exit alarm and be instantly notified if a door is opened by unauthorised personnel. If the alarm is activated, it will alert staff at the nurse console, wireless phone, or pocket page - cancel the alarm either at the door or remotely at a button station.