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e-Monitoring Services offers affordable solutions to help monitor your loved ones suffering from Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia. Our remote monitoring services are revolutionizing the way "aging in place" is done. Technology is helping at-home caregivers and grown children with parents suffering from aging related disorders deal with safety, security, and quality of life issues on a daily basis. By using wireless sensors, video cameras, and home automation devices, caregivers gain the freedom and peace of mind associated with knowing that their loved ones are safe even when they cannot be there. Caregivers are automatically notified on their smartphone or PC if a loved one wanders outside, if the temperature in the house is too hot or cold, if water is left running or otherwise putting themselves in harms way.

e-Monitoring Services can provide soluitons to support your in-home care giving services and help your
loved one remain in a familiar, safe home environment.

Live Video

View Live Video From Anywhere, Anytime!
Check and see if everything is OK
when a door is opened.

Office Live View

Activities of Daily Living (ADL)

View movement, eating habits, and normal routines throughout the day.

Office Live View


Receive a notification when a door is opened and view live video to ensure they are safe.

Office Live View

Caregiver System Features

LifeSOS LS-30 Caregiver System 1. Cameras for live video monitoring from anywhere to know that
    everything is OK.
2. Water sensors to notify you if a bath or toilet is overflowing.
3. Temperature sensors to ensure that the Heat or AC is set correctly.
4. Door/Window and Motion sensors to let you know if there is motion
    where there shouldn't be.
5. Bed, Floor, Chair, Wheelchair mats to let you know when they get up.
6. Audible alarms and notifications to let you know when a door is opened
    or a sensor is triggered.
7. Customer configurable to fit the Caregiver and loved ones lifestyle.
8. Sensors are wireless and unobtrusive.

10 Tips for Family Caregivers

    1. Caregiving is a job and respite is your earned right. Reward yourself with respite breaks often.
    2. Watch out for signs of depression, and don’t delay in getting professional help when you need it.
    3. When people offer to help, accept the offer and suggest specific things that they can do.
    4. Educate yourself about your loved one’s condition and how to communicate effectively with doctors.
    5. There’s a difference between caring and doing.
        Be open to technologies and ideas that promote your loved one’s independence.
    6. Trust your instincts. Most of the time they’ll lead you in the right direction.
    7. Caregivers often do a lot of lifting, pushing, and pulling. Be good to your back.
    8. Grieve for your losses, and then allow yourself to dream new dreams.
    9. Seek support from other caregivers. There is great strength in knowing you are not alone.
  10. Stand up for your rights as a caregiver and a citizen.

Source: National Family Caregiver's Association.

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