Contact sensors detect when doors, windows, or other objects are opened or closed and log when this happens. These devices can be set up with individual rules and send real-time notifications to the caregiver’s smartphone or other connected device whenever a rule is broken. This allows caregivers to stay informed about the movements and actions of their loved ones or clients, providing reassurance and ensuring their safety.
Additionally, they can be programmed to trigger specific actions or alerts when they are opened, such as turning on closet lights when the door is opened or sending emergency alerts if the front door is opened when it shouldn’t be.
The benefits of the contact sensors can be summarized into the following points:
– Enhanced Security: Contact sensors alert caregivers if doors or windows are opened unexpectedly, or if an individual goes into a restricted area. This helps prevent wandering behavior and provides a layer of protection for those who may be more vulnerable.
– Peace of Mind: Caregivers can have peace of mind knowing that they will be notified immediately if there is any access to restricted areas, or if a door/window is opened during certain hours.
– Increased Independence: Contact sensors enable individuals to live more independently by providing an additional level of security. Caregivers can remotely monitor if doors or windows are opened, allowing individuals to freely move around their homes without constant supervision.
– Customization and Flexibility: These sensors can be easily customized to meet individual needs. We can set specific rules for each sensor to fit their requirements.