New York, NY (PRWEB) May 12, 2006
QuietCare, the most trusted source in elder home care reported that in 2005, 30% of elderly people had fallen in their homes. With technology advancing, QuietCare has developed a wireless system for monitoring elder family members without forcing them into assisted living. The system is made up of several wireless activity sensors that detect behavioral patterns that could lead to a fall or health concern. The medical alert system allows for independence and freedom for elders to continue living at home, while still being closely monitored by a caregiver 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
The QuietCare wireless home medical alert system uses sensors strategically placed in common areas such as the kitchen, bathroom and bedroom. Alerts can be sent directly to the caretaker if the elder family member hasn’t gotten out of bed by 10 a.m. The senior health care product allows the Sandwich Generation more free time since sensors are monitoring the elder 24 hours a day, seven days a week. QuietCare allows for elderly care by monitoring the senior’s behavioral pattern with use of the wireless device so elders don’t lose their independence and freedom.
“After several months of being worried about my mother’s safety in her home, alone, I contemplated sending her to a nursing home. My mother made me promise to never force her into nursing home care but I felt I had no other legitimate options, until I heard of QuietCare,” comments a QuietCare customer. "I investigated the service, and decided to try it. With having to watch my children and my mother, I had no time for a break until we started using the medical alarm system, which has allowed for me to breathe a little easier knowing my mother is always safe and closely monitored for any sign of an emergency.”
QuietCare recommends the Sandwich Generation to use the senior home care product by protecting elder family member’s privacy and dignity with use of QuietCare’s senior medical alert system. Please visit the medical alert system Web site for more information on the senior medical alert product or call to speak with a representative at 1-866-216-4600.