There is always an unimaginable difficulty in taking care of parents who are not yet fit to resume their regular physical activities. When they become wheelchair-bound, even just temporarily, big adjustments happen in the family. This even becomes more challenging when you are also dealing with your own children or other younger siblings. Fathers can sometimes be too stubborn to ask for your help. They try to move and take...
The following challenges involved in caregiving for an elderly who can't get off unassisted from the wheel chair can be resolved by Syrtenty's chair pad alarm.
1. The need to be alert to know when the patient needs help to prevent him from falling;
2. The need to make sure that the patient won't get infected despite long hours sitting while having weak immune system from old age;
3. The need to be able to hear clearly when patient calls for help.
These can all be resolved by Syrtenty's chair fall alarm which is weight-sensitive so it alarms when the weight is off the sensor pad, antimicrobial so it protects the patient from infection and has an option to choose musical alarm to the tune of "It's a small world" to help the caregiver identify the call for help despite distractions and discomfort.
Fracture is one of the most common injuries that elderlies suffer from. Not only because their bones are already brittle, but also because they are less able to maintain a sound balance when they move or perform physical activities like walking or simply standing up. All these possible risks make caring for them a bit more complicated and tricky. While this can sound overwhelming at this point, there’s actually...