Empowering Seniors, Disabled, Caregivers and Families through Technology
According to the National Alliance for Caregiving and AARP, family caregivers spend an average of 24.4 hours per week in providing care for elderly family members and nearly 4 out of 10 caregivers are in high-burden situations. Without the right system to help them, family members endure a great deal of emotional stress while providing care.
Emergency Response: Already commonplace, this technology provides a panic button that immediately notifies loved ones or authorities of an emergency, including a fall.
Eyesight and Hearing: Enhanced alarms on doors, doorbells, smoke detectors, and appliances are more effective at alerting someone with visual or hearing impairments about home-related incidents.
Memory: As mental sharpness fades with age, forgetfulness can lead to serious safety issues. Smart home capabilities provide reminders to turn off a coffee pot, automatically lock doors, and even provide reminders to take daily medication.
Video Monitoring: For safety and security, the inside and outside of the home can be monitored, including remote viewing for caregivers living outside of the home.
Medication Assistance: Systems can dispense specific medications and dosages at the exact time they should be taken, even providing locks on other medications that should not be taken at that time. This ability is particularly beneficial for Alzheimer’s patients.
ASHE Technologies SNS Report
Schedule an appointment to have one of our technicians come to your property and perform a Complete ASHE Technologies Safety and Security Inspection aimed at:
• Identifying opportunities that enable and empower the resident to be more self-reliant
• Identifying possible danger points, hazards and vulnerabilities such as slip and fall, fire and mobility obstacles
• Creating a clear surveillance map of critical elements such as security risks, obstacles and entry points.