At Welbeing, we regularly speak to carers and understand the challenges they face in trying to deliver the best possible care to their loved ones and those they work for. Often carers may be partners of the elderly who also require support, meaning any additional help can be invaluable.
One of the main concerns for those caring for someone is what happens when they cannot be present. This may be during the night or when a carer is only able to visit their patient or loved one at specific times.
Telecare can help offer carers valuable peace of mind, safe in the knowledge that help is at the push of a button. This can provide respite for those caring on a regular basis, as well as offer the telecare user independence. Items such as the bed occupancy sensor can offer reassurance for patients prone to wandering, while an enuresis sensor can help offer dignity. Care assist pagers can also help carers to manage daily tasks efficiently, allowing them to be alerted in the event of an emergency when used in partnership with other telecare products.
Smoke alarms and fall detectors are some of the most popular telecare items that our carer clients recommend to those they care for. The team at Welbeing regularly receive feedback from carers, informing us of the impact telecare has had on their roles and the community they help.
In this section of the website you can find out just how telecare has helped to transform the lives of some of our customers and those who care for them: