Who is a Home Alert System for?

Home Alert SystemDo you frequently miss phone calls, the doorbell or your alarm clock? These everyday things that many people take for granted can be a struggle for people with hearing loss. A home alert system can use sound, lights and vibrations to help you to stay connected and live independently in your home.

Home alert systems can also help vulnerable people, such as with personal alarms that allow them to call for help when they need it. There are also devices that can be fitted to a bed or chair to alert someone if they fall – such as alerting a family member, a loved one, or contacting the emergency services directly. These devices can also be tailored to alert someone with hearing loss that someone needs help, ensuring that a vulnerable person can get help when they need it. This creates peace of mind for the individual and their loved ones.

Our alert systems are easy to install and will give you the peace of mind you need.

How to Pick a Home Alert System

Who is a Home Alert System for

Our individual products allow you to create a home alert system that is tailored to your needs. Whether you need to make sure that you don’t miss any more morning alarms, phone calls, or visitors, or you are looking to help keep a loved one safe. Choose which products you will benefit from and use them together to design a home alert system perfectly suited to your needs.

For people with hearing loss

  • Even people without hearing loss struggle to wake up in the morning. This can be particularly problematic for people who wear hearing aids and take them out at night. The power wake is an alarm clock with a loud sound, a flash and a bed shaker
  • In order to be alerted when someone is at you could benefit from a EchoChime300™ doorbell. A wireless system with a range of flashing lights and loud noises. This works with other products to create a multifunctional home alert system
  • If you want something that will wake you up, alert you that someone is phoning you and alert you that someone is waiting at your front door, then consider a bed shaker. You can pair the bed shaker with your home alert doorbell and phone
  • Being able to stay connected on the phone is important. People who are hard of hearing can often feel isolated which can cause emotional problems. A phone flash can connect to your phone and alert you when your phone rings through a flashing light or a loud noise
  • Extra transmitters can be used to alert you in different rooms in your home.

For vulnerable people

  • A help button can be used to allow someone to alert a loved one or family member that they need help. This can be worn around the neck or put somewhere that can be easily reached
  • Monitoring systems such as a bed or chair sensor can alert someone of a fall. The transmitter can be paired with a device that flashes or vibrates. This is ideal if the person who needs to be alerted has hearing loss
  • Bed and chair pads can also be paired with other home alert devices to automatically inform someone if a vulnerable person has had a fall, even if the person who needs to be informed is hard of hearing
  • Passive infrared sensors can also be used to alert you of vulnerable person movements. They can also be used to alert you of the movement of animals, people or objects.

For help setting up a home alert system, contact us.