More time for the really important aspects of care
With TeleAlarm’s NurseCall systems, not only can workload be reduced, but the residents of retirement and nursing homes are also given a bit of their independence back. Residents can call the nursing staff in the event of an emergency with the aid of a pendant or wristband transmitter. The nursing staff are notified immediately via a NurseCall Main Unit and telecommunications and detector systems such as a phone system, DECT systems, paging systems or a light calling system. This means that the staff requirement is also reduced for certain areas of a nursing or retirement home. The NurseCall systems are easy to install and are suitable for nursing homes as well as retirement residences and assisted living facilities. In addition, TeleAlarm’s NurseCall systems offer integrated dementia monitoring. Using this, dementia patients can freely move within a certain area. The nursing staff are only notified via the system if a patient leaves this area without supervision and can then react quickly to the situation. This means that the security of the resident is ensured without unnecessarily restricting their personal freedom.
NurseCall systems offer uniform support to all areas of a modern nursing facility
TeleAlarm NurseCall systems can be installed quickly and easily, modernised affordably at any time or, if necessary, can by expanded with additional accessories. An example of such an expansion module is the CareSOFT Alarm Server. It combines several calling and display systems and ensures optimum usage of previously existing hardware. The CareSOFT Alarm Server functions as the interface between the different patient calling systems and alarm contacts and their display devices. Due to its precise display of the emergency location of the device triggering the alarm, the nursing staff can help the resident more quickly and more effectively. In addition, via the CareSOFT Alarm Server, all events are saved in a database through which different information can be specifically queried and evaluated. This means that work processes can be organised flexibly and affordably within a retirement or nursing home. This in turn can result in a reduction of work.