Your worry – I can’t be there all the time – how do I monitor BED/ Chair activity?

ISI solution: Bed/Chair Activity. The bed/chair occupancy sensor will automatically trigger an alarm should it detect any of the following situations:

  • If a client has not gone to bed by the predetermined time
  • If a client has not got out of bed by the predetermined time
  • If a clients gets out of bed during the night and does not return within the predetermined time period

The solution can be tailored to suit the specific daily activities of the individual. There is an optional facility available to automatically turn on a bedside lamp or series of lights, such as those in the main bedroom, hallway and bathroom to minimize the risk of falling should the client get out of bed.

Your worry – I can’t be there all the time – how will I protect one of my parents from potential wandering who is suffering from Alzheimer’s disease and dementia?

ISI solution: Wandering door monitoring system. ISI would install a Door Kit is packaged with everything needed to install a supervised, single-door, wandering patient solution. The kit will provide versatile protection of ambulatory individuals suffering from Alzheimer’s disease and dementia who exhibit the tendency to wander off unnoticed.

The solution permits regular movement through a protected doorway while preventing un-supervised Wanderers from leaving the protected area. Should these high risk individuals approach the door through which they are not allowed to pass unescorted, the solution’s automatic alert functionality immediately triggers.


Your worry – I can’t be there all the time – how will I monitor several rooms at the same time, providing care and safety for the resident.

ISI solution: Central Monitoring System. ISI would install low cost wireless system. It is flexible. Use one, or as many components as you need! The Central Monitoring Unit is programmable for multiple residents at one central location, and can be activated by a variety of peripheral wireless devices so that the caregiver can meet each resident’s particular needs.