Medical Alert Company Has New Solution For Dementia Patients

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Automated Security Alert's brilliant new technology gives dementia patients greater freedom.

The Pittsburgh-based medical alert company Automated Security Alert offers a wide range of high-tech, easy to use products that allow seniors and handicapped individuals to remain in their own homes for as long as possible. But with the company’s newest unveiling, the patients don’t even have to call for help: sensors placed around the home can signal if there’s a problem.

Jason Seyler, Automated Security Alert’s Director of Life Safety announced, “For people that have memory problems, or that are not able to press a button for help we have a cutting edge service: Activity Monitoring. This service will ensure that anyone will get help when help is needed. Automated Security Alert has a monitoring solution for all people that are living in their home.”     

A client can choose the type of monitoring that is needed. The company offers a bed sensor, which can report how many hours a night a client is spending in bed. Sleep patterns can offer important clues about a person’s health and well-being. Significant changes in sleep patterns can indicate illness and allow for a patient’s loved ones to be notified that a visit to a doctor may be in order. Automated Security Alert also offers appliance sensors that can send an alert if the toaster is on for too long, or if the coffeepot was never turned on. If a patient gets out of bed and the coffee pot isn’t turned on after the usual amount of time, it can be an indication that a person has fallen. If there is a disturbance in a person’s daily routine, Automated Security will attempt to contact the client to see if they are okay, and if not, they can call the client’s loved ones and take action.

For further information, please contact Matthew Couillard at 1.800.338.7114.

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