Lauren gets her life back with a Reach At Home Alarm Unit and Fall Detector
At only 20 years old, Lauren has an acquired brain injury and suffers from short term memory loss and hemiplegia. For Lauren’s family - who feared leaving her home alone for any period of time - the Tynetec Reach Home Alarm Unit, Wrist Worn Fall Detector and Smoke Alarm provide a huge amount of re-assurance.
Lauren was knocked down by a car at the age of 11 and spent 6 months in hospital after being left with an acquired brain injury, broken hip, broken right leg and fractured left arm.
Lauren’s recovery is ongoing after she re-learned how to breath, eat, walk and talk. She still struggles with her balance and using the right hand side of her body, but Tynetec products have enabled her to be more independent in her own surroundings with the knowledge that someone is always there if she needs help.
Pill Dispenser remembers Brian's medications so he doesn't have to
Brian's 15 year battle with ill-health is managed by medication, which at 56, he was regularly forgetting to take.
As Brian’s wife faced the possibility that she may have to give up work to care for her husband full time, they decided to try the Tynetec Pill Dispenser, Reach Home Alarm Unit and Personal Pendant. The Pill Dispenser now manages Brian’s medication requirements on a daily basis and help is just a click away with his Personal Pendant.
Once pre-loaded with medication, the Pill Dispenser beeps when it’s time for Brian to take his medication and if he misses a dose, the monitoring centre will be alerted to check that he’s not in any danger.
Having Tynetec products to monitor Brian takes a lot of weight of his wife’s shoulders and she can continue to work with the reassurance that he always has help at hand.
Kimberly’s severe condition is safely managed with an Epilepsy Detector
27-year-old Kimberly's parents were using a baby monitor to cope with her diagnosis of learning disabilities and severe epilepsy, until a Tynetec Epilepsy Detector, Reach Home Alarm Unit and Personal Pendant revolutionised their daughters care.
Kimberly’s parents now feel that she is safe enough to be left in the house alone, and they can pop to the shops or go to work with the knowledge she has instant support, should she need it.
Kimberly’s frequent seizures ensure she requires constant care and supervision, which is provided by her Personal Pendant that she can press to get help quickly.
A highly sensitive epilepsy sensor is also placed under Kimberly’s mattress to analyse the frequency of her movement and activate an alarm when it’s appropriate.