Even the most dedicated carer would find it difficult to be at your side 24/7 and you probably wouldn’t want them to be! The Carer Pager with Pendant Alarm, Bed Occupancy Sensor and Door Sensor is for all those occasions when you need help but there’s no one around. Should you fall in the garden, shower or anywhere out of earshot, you can get emergency help quickly. It also enables your carer to make the most of their time as it means that they can be busy in another room or getting some sleep safe in the knowledge that they can be contacted in an emergency. It produces an altogether calmer and more productive household.<p><p>Used alongside the Bed Occupancy Sensor this package helps make nighttime safer and less stressful. It can be set up in a number of ways depending on individual requirements. Not everyone needs to ask for assistance in getting to the bathroom so they may not press the pendant. However, if something should go wrong while the user is out of bed they may find themselves unable to press the pendant. This is where the Bed Occupancy Sensor comes into its own. If the user doesn’t return to bed within a set period of time the sensor will alert the carer. Alternatively the Bed Sensor can be set to alert the pager whenever the user gets up. It can indicate whether the user has gone to bed and got up at their usual time.<p><p>The Door or Window Sensor is a helpful safety device that’s ideal when caring for someone with dementia. People with dementia may become disorientated and leave the house alone or at night. Day or night, if the door opens a signal is sent to the pager. It can also be used on cupboard doors. Short-term memory issues and confusion over the time of day can often lead dementia sufferers to over-eat. Placed on the larder door, this sensor can help address this problem too.<p><p>To provide the ultimate all round care, you have the option to couple the Carer Pager, Pendant Alarm and Bed Occupancy and Door Sensors with access to Eldercare Response  Care. This is ideal if the carer can’t be around all the time, or they may not always hear the pager. If no one answers the pager, the call will be transferred automatically to the Eldercare Control Centre. They’ll get in touch via the two-way loudspeaker unit next to the phone and call a friend, relative or the emergency services as required. This effective approach is ideal for busy families caring for their relatives at home.