Whether it’s for a care home or a vulnerable individual living at home – disabled and nurse alarm systems are vital pieces of equipment. Having the correct safety alarms in place will work as a two-way comforter; for the elderly, disabled or vulnerable and the carers themselves. All involved will be given peace of mind, knowing that should anything happen the carer and the cared for will be able to communicate.
In some scenarios it is an absolute must to implement disabled and nurse alarm systems. Places such as hospitals and care homes are obliged to conform to safety standards and provide relevant systems to support the vulnerable, disabled or elderly. Some individuals are not able to communicate or lack mobility to seek help so it’s essential that pull cords, trigger alarms and panic buttons are rigged up to a reliable alerting system. (more…)