Elder Care/Special Needs

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Protecting Your Family With the Latest in Security Technology

Our product team is committed to providing you with the latest and best in security technology, ensuring that you have what you need to keep your family safe and your home secure.

Safety and Peace-of-Mind in Elder Care

Elderly loved ones with special needs may benefit from added security to protect them from emergency situations outside of their control. Choose from a range of senior care devices designed to make your loved one’s life easier and to give you more peace of mind about their safety and security when you can’t be right there with them. Track their whereabouts in the event of wandering, give them tools to call for help in case of an emergency, and more, to ensure that they are safe at all times.

Emergency Response

When loved ones need help during an emergency situation, you want to know that they will be cared for. We provide a number of emergency response products designed to help seniors in need to call for help. Emergency alert systems can allow users to call for assistance in an emergency situation, and depending on the device you choose, they may be able to call from home or while on-the-go.

Hidden Cameras

Hidden cameras can be extremely valuable tools for elder care. While many seniors appreciate respect of their privacy, some special needs cases, such as dementia or Alzheimer’s patients, may need an extra level of care. Hidden cameras allow concerned family members to check on their loved ones to ensure that they are safe and are receiving adequate treatment from qualified caretakers, whether they are living in their own home or residing in a senior living facility.