New York, NY (PRWEB) June 15, 2006
QuietCare, the proven home health security system for seniors living alone, received coverage from the CBS Evening News in regards to their home alert system for elder care. With QuietCare’s launch of their newly redesigned Web site, they have incorporated features such as online chat, testimonials and live news coverage, with clear descriptions and pictures to help the caregiver and/or senior find all the information on this senior home care product.
QuietCare’s home health care system works by tracking the activities of a loved one and alerting the caregiver if an important change in behavior were to occur. Caregivers are also given access to a personal Web site where they can view their loved one’s behavioral patterns for the day such as if they got out of bed took, their medication on time or prepared their meals.
With using QuietCare, if an emergency were to arise, a professional response operator would immediately call the senior to determine if he or she needs assistance. If there is no response the operator would then contact the caregiver by their choice of a phone call, email, or text message to inform them of the situation. “One of the main goals of the home health security system is to give caregivers more time during the day to focus on their other responsibilities and to alert them with emerging problems only when necessary,” comments George Boyajian, vice president of Strategy, Research and Development. “Our elder in-home care product allows for seniors to go about their everyday lifestyle, doing what they want and when they want, as opposed to other senior care alternatives, making it extremely beneficial to both parties.”
According to CBS, some 34 billion busy boomers are stuck in what has been termed the Sandwich Generation, who split their time between taking care of elderly parents and being a loving parent to their children in addition to their many other daily activities.
QuietCare is monitored by ADT, and tracks a loved one’s behavior unobtrusively and 24/7... It allows caregivers to go about their day having one less thing to worry about, knowing that ADT, the biggest name in security, and QuietCare, the next-generation elder care technology company, are looking after their senior.
QuietCare was created by Living Independently Group, a company dedicated to helping seniors and other at-risk individuals live with greater safety in their own homes. Its patented, technology-based service provides peace of mind to families and caregivers, and helps institutions improve the quality and efficiency of their care. The QuietCare system is used by major senior care institutions and communities across the U.S. and in the United Kingdom.
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