Finding the Right Care Call Under Carpet Pressure Pad Kit for You
Friday, 29 January 2016 | John
Ensuring that you can control wandering and reduce the risk of falls and injury is a vital part of care – the Care Call Under Carpet Pressure Pad is a great sensor for doing just that, and is a fantastic sensor to base your Care Call Pager kit around.
Not sure that you want to base your Care Call Pager kit around the under carpet pressure pad? Head back to our guide to find the perfect Care Call Pager sensor for you. Or, if you’re unsure that you want to use the pager as your Care Call receiver, head back to the start of the guide and find the best Care Call receiver for you.
Step Four: Choosing Additional Sensors
Now that you know you want to base your Care Call Pager kit around the Under Carpet Pressure Pad, it’s time to choose what additional sensors you want with your kit. If you’re just looking for a standalone Care Call Under Carpet Pressure Pad Pager Kit, this is the kit for you:
The Under Carpet Pressure Pad detects when someone steps on it, and using the Care Call Mini Monitor (included with every Care Call Under Carpet Pressure Pad Kit) alerts the pager. This enables you to know when someone is wandering alone and needs help, making it easier to manage the risk of falls.
Or, if you’re looking to monitor even more around the home, the Care Call Under Carpet Pressure Pad Pager Kit is also available with a Chair Leaving Pad:
This works in the reverse to the carpet pad – the Care Call Chair Leaving Pad detects when someone leaves their chair and (using the included Care Call Chair Leaving Monitor) alerts the pager. This enables you to come to their aid and manage chair falls more effectively, reducing the risk of injury and making the lives of those under your care safer.
Alternatively, the Care Call Under Carpet Pressure Pad Pager kit is also available with the Emergency Key Fob:
The Care Call Key Fob Transmitter enables those under your care to get the help they need when they need it. Worn around the neck (with an easy-break cord to reduce the risk of strangulation) the user can easily press the button on the front to alert the pager that they need help. This makes it easy for you to deliver the care that is needed, when it is needed, helping to make both your life and the lives of those you care for easier.