When “eyes-on” are also needed to assure safety and provide support, Sengistix can add two-way audio video to the individualized mix of sensors. A member of the current support team or a trained Sengistix Response Center Advocate can use the sensor information and log into the audio/video at designated times to be the remote “staff on duty” just for times when it’s needed.
The team believes John can get up and off to work on his own, but need to know if something happens and/or if John is dressed appropriate for the weather before leaving. Bed, refrigerator and exterior door sensors plus motion sensors in bedroom, bathroom, kitchen and living room verify he’s out of bed on time, followed by motion in the bedroom and bathroom (he’s getting dressed), followed by motion in the kitchen and refrigerator door opens and closes a few times (he got some breakfast). The “remote staff on duty” logs into the two-way audio/video in his front entry just ½ hour before John leaves to talk about the weather, offer suggestions on the coat and/or hat he should wear, document what he has on when he leaves for work and logs off after wishing him a pleasant day.
This is a perfect solution for those times when a person typically doesn’t need physical assistance, but may need some guidance – Just in case!
Additionally, Sengistix provides the following services for individuals and their caregivers:
- Plan development
- Technology installation
- Activities of Daily Living (ADL) reports
- Data analysis
- Changing monitors and alerts for changing needs