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Patient Monitor With Remote Voice Alert
Remote alert monitor for dementia patients

Price: $152.95

Availability:: Discontinued
Product Code: 0051

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The Senior Care Monitor with Remote Voice Alert

Keeping track of your patient’s movements can be a primary concern for any loved one or caregiver. Alzheimer’s patients can make an attempt to leave their homes and wander away into life-threatening situations. With the help of a specially designed Alzheimer’s monitor, a caregiver can be more assured knowing that the patient is continually monitored and in safe hands. Browse through the reliable range of senior care monitors at The Alzheimer’s Store, and find the one that best suits your requirements. The patient monitor with remote voice alert is a powerful and intuitive system that provides a caregiver with instant pre-recorded voice alerts in the event of an unauthorized activity. The voice alert monitor comes with a wireless motion detector that announces customized messages to alert the caregiver. A single speaker unit can cover up to six motion detectors that are strategically placed in high-risk areas around the property. With an impressive six-zone monitoring capability, the system can also include additional speakers at the sites of violation to provide timely warnings and instructions to the patient. The intelligent ‘Talking Motion Detective’ can be extremely helpful in managing middle and late stages of Alzheimer’s disease.

To order an additional motion detector for the patient monitor -- see item #0052


Senior Care Monitor - Voice Alert

Average Rating: Average Rating: 5 of 5 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 1 > Write a review and receive 10% off!

5 of 5 April 17, 2019
Reviewer: Rick Kramarz from Lewiston, ME United States  
We found that the product worked as promised and helped to alert us if our 95 year old mom was trying to get up out of bed without assistance during the night. Excellent safety item for caregivers caring for patients with dementia or just mobility problems