​View information on the wide range of products available for a variety of needs including epilepsy, falls prevention and forgetfulness.

If you need advice regarding any of the products listed you can arrange a free home assessment by calling 0300 126 7000 for West Northants and 0300 126 3000 for North Northants.

  • Bed and chair sensor

    ​The chair and bed sensor is a versatile monitoring and notification system, providing radio paging alerts to a person rising from their bed or chair. The device includes integral voice recording to allow personal reminder messages to be played back. For example, a helpful reminder to request a person to remain in bed or sitting on their chair as they begin to rise.

    This is ideal for somebody with reduced mobility and prone to falls and / or memory loss. The chair and bed sensor can be used singularly or part of a multiple bed and chair monitoring system, and can be connected directly to Telecare systems.

  • Canary monitoring system

    ​Canary Care is a sensor monitoring and notification system. It monitors movement, door activity, temperature and light levels and notifies family or authorized contacts of any irregularities. For example, the system can be used to notify that the front door was open between certain hours of the day or night allowing the family or the person respondents to check in with the user.

  • Epilepsy sensor

    ​The Easylink epilepsy sensor, monitors and detects typical Tonic Clonic seizure movement from a sleeping person. The sensor is positioned between the sheet and the mattress. This can be adjusted according to the type of mattress and the size and weight of the person. When a seizure is detected the monitor sends an alert to the medpage pager to notify the carer.

  • GPS device

    The TrueKare device is a personal alarm that can be used to raise an alert outside of the users home. By pressing the SOS button the device automatically calls up to 3 emergency responders (voicemail has to be turned off). Once the call is answer the device will turn on the two way communication allowing the user and the responder to have a conversation. The authorized users are able to request the location of the device and create geofencing zones.

    Geofencing zones offer piece of mind as alerts (email and notifications) are automatically triggered if the user leaves a safe area or enters an unsafe area.

  • Hard of hearing doorbell

    The Signolux Visual Alert system is portable for use throughout the home or can be wall mounted. The wireless alerting unit operates up to 200 metres away from the Bell Push on the 868Mhz frequency.

    The receiver has 8 different indicators meaning that you can be alerted to different events within the home by adding different transmitters to the system.

    The receiver will alert you using very loud selectable chimes (>90dB), a bright flashing light and also visual indication symbols.

  • Hard of hearing pager

    The Signolux Portable Receiver is a portable vibrating pager unit which will alert you through both lights and vibrations.

    It can be carried anywhere in your home and can also be used at night time when used in conjunction with an external vibrating pad (sold separately).

  • In-house call button

    ​The Pager to Pendant is a transmitter, housed in a waterproof case with a large, easy-press switch. This can be used for notification purposes. The transmitter button is ideal for individuals with limited dexterity.

  • Keysafe

    This Supra Permanent GE AccessPoint KeySafe provides convenient key storage for up to 5 door keys, depending on the key type and length.

    This Key safe box is designed for peace of mind. The smallest permanent Key safe box in our range, this external keysafe can be installed very discretely behind pipework or inside meter boxes, which protects it from the eye of would-be opportunists, whilst easing your mind that in the event of lost or mislaid keys.

  • Lifeline

    ​A lifeline is a central hub unit situated within the home. This can be linked to various equipment, such as pendants, fall and smoke detectors. When the equipment is activated, the lifeline unit sends an alert to the monitoring call centre which will contact either the emergency services or emergency contacts and remain in contact until help arrives.

  • Lifeline falls detector

    The Vibby is a sleek, contemporary and technologically advanced fall detector which can be worn on the wrist or around the neck. It will automatically raise an alert if it senses the user has fallen, and also enables the wearer to easily call for help manually.

    The Vibby can give confidence to anyone who is at risk of falling, such as people with limited mobility, older people and people with long-term conditions such as epilepsy, diabetes and Parkinson's disease.

  • Lifeline smoke detector

    ​A wireless optical smoke alarm for the home with two alarms – one is an audible alarm that sounds within the property and the second alarm signal is automatically sent to the 24 hour monitoring center through the lifeline unit - offering peace of mind and support.

  • Loop system

    The Echo® MegaLoop™ boasts outstanding sound quality transmitting sound direct to your hearing aid. The improved signal strength allows the hearing aid to work at its optimum with a huge reduction in background noise. A highly active tone control circuit allows unparalleled adjustment of high and low tones.

    It takes sound from your T.V. or other sound source and converts it into a signal which is fed into a wire fitted in a continuous loop around the edges of the room. This signal can then be picked up by a hearing aid switched onto the 'T' setting. The tone and volume can then be adjusted completely independently from that coming out of the TV speaker providing the best possible listening conditions.

    There are two specifically designed microphone sockets, one to be used when the microphone is fixed to a T.V. speaker and one as a priority for environmental sounds for conversation.

  • Medication dispenser

    ​The Medication Dispenser is a portable device that will sound an alarm when it is time for the user to take their medication.

    An option to connect the dispenser to a 24h monitoring center is available, linked to the lifeline system, where If the user fails to take the medication within a preset period, an alert is raised with the monitoring centre to notify a carer. 1 to 28 day/dose capacity.

  • MemRabel 2

    ​Give your loved one personalised reminders to help them remember to do things, using the MemRabel 2. You can programme reminder alarms using personal photos, videos and audio or text messages, which can be set daily, weekly or on specific dates. (So if your loved one often forgets important appointments – this is ideal!). At the alarm time, the selected reminder will play, along with any video or image you choose to go with it. This is a really great way to remind your loved one to do a particular task… even when you can't be there! The MemRabel can also be used as a clock, displaying the time and also the period of the day…(Morning, afternoon, or evening). So your loved one won't get confused about whether it's 10 in the morning, or 10 in the evening!

    How does the MemRabel 2 benefit your loved one?

    1. Give them subtle alarm reminders to help them remember to do things: take their medication, have a drink, or whatever you know they sometimes forget to do.
    2. Record your own voice reminders so they are prompted with a voice they recognise.
    3. Also displays the period of day (morning, afternoon, evening) to reduce confusion with the time of day.
    4. Helps to reduce their anxiety and frustration about missing important dates and events.

    How does the MemRabel 2 benefit you?

    • Peace of mind that your loved one won’t become distressed or confused by forgetting things.
    • You no longer have to worry about them wandering in the night, if they get confused by the time of day.
    • No hassle setting the alarms up – you can see how to set them up by taking a look at our video.
  • PIR voice prompt

    ​The Memo Minder is a motion activated prompter, which uses pre- recorded messages as reminders, for example "Do not open the door to strangers". The device is specifically designed to assist an individual who is prone to forgetfulness.

  • Police accredited keysafe

    ​The C500 is an external, police approved, storage facility for a property key. Designed to enable authorised, secure access to a property where the owner or occupier is vulnerable or has reduced mobility.

  • TV and personal listener

    With adjustable volume up to 120 dB, the Sonumaxx 2.4 PR Neckloop System from Humantechnik has exceptionally clear audio reproduction and high-quality sound - reliable and free of background noise.

    A special feature of the Sonumaxx 2.4 Headset System is the possibility to switch from the reception of the TV sound to the built in microphone of the receiver so that you can listen to conversations too.

    This version of the Sonumaxx 2.4 systems comes supplied with a Sarabec NL6 Neckloop and a Sarabec HS5 Stethoscope Headset, either of which can be plugged into the Pocket Receiver giving exceptionally good sound reproduction. This system would suit people who have hearing aids but don't always like to wear them.

    The transmitter serves as storage and docking station, at the same time recharging the receiver's battery. A fully charged battery will last 6 to 8 hours, depending on the set volume. Two batteries are included, so these can be used and recharged alternatingly.

    A button on the front of the sonumaxx 2.4 transmitter serves to select one of three sound profile presets, so the user can choose which one suits him best.

    The Sonumaxx 2.4 Headset System has digital (Optical/Toslink) connections, and also Analogue audio connection or you can use the supplied Microphone to pick up the sound.

​If you would like to speak to a member of the Assistive Technology team regarding any of the products phone 01604 362397.