Dementia Care Alarms
Safety for Both Carer and Patient
Door Chimes Will Alert Staff When Patients Leave Their Rooms
Each year there are 209,600 new cases of dementia in the UK, it is estimated that around 50 million people worldwide are suffering from the condition. Dementia affects both the patient and the carer. As the illness worsens, memory, understanding, judgement, language, mood and movement are all affected. This can make an extremely confusing situation for a person with dementia, especially in unfamiliar spaces such as a care home. Door chime alarms can be used to prevent harm from coming to the person affected and it will eliminate the need for 24-hour surveillance.
If you have chosen to avoid care homes then a chime alarm is really easy to install, affordable and sounds 125dB (similar to a plane taking off) which would be enough to wake you up if needed. We often supply these to deter thieves, but they are great for alerting carers in time before someone with dementia leaves the home without you knowing.
We want everyone to feel safe at all times of the day, we are offering 20% DISCOUNT on our SG390PK, SG390BK and SG800T alarms. Use code STAYSAFE20 offer ENDS 31st July 2021