The high cost of retirement communities and even in-home caregivers can quickly drain your savings. And personally caring for a loved one is a difficult and delicate balance of being there for them without being overbearing. TruSense Independent Living is a family of senior independent living products designed to help keep your loved ones safe and independent longer, reducing both the financial and emotional costs of caregiving.
Set-up is simple. Staying connected is easy and customizable. And support is there if you need it.How it Works
A NEW WAY TO CARE
Taking a proactive attitude toward safety, health, and overall well-being can allow seniors to comfortably age in place, reduce costs and ease a caregiver’s stress. Through the TruSense family of products for seniors living at home and the TruSense Dashboard, you gain a holistic view of your loved one’s health and can track progress in real time.
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Detecting water leaks in the bathroom, kitchen, or basement early can save in costly repairs. Checking for leaks under sinks or in utility areas may be difficult and not high on the priority list for many seniors.
The TruSense Hub is the central command for the hardware sensors. All sensors connect to and communicate with the TruSense software through the Hub.
AMAZON ECHO DOT
Connecting an Amazon Echo Dot introduces voice-activated controls to your TruSense system, providing a hands-free way to request help from the TruSense 24/7 Response Center. The Echo Dot can also be used for everyday things like checking the weather, listening to music, and turning on a night light — all with a simple voice command.
Optional GPS tracking devices assure that your loved one is traveling safely while outside the home or on the road. The GPS Smart Pendant includes a “Call for Help” button for on-demand emergency assistance, as well as the ability for family members and other caregivers to receive instant status updates using their own Echo Dot from home.
TruSense uses Motion Sensors to track your loved one’s activity levels and compares them to their normal activity baseline. Over time, this can identify health trends that provide valuable insights.
Amazon Echo Dot
Is Your Loved One OK?
Check in anywhere using the TruSense Dashboard. It’s easy to customize notifications to receive event alerts by text message, e-mail and automated phone calls for situations like:
Too Long in Room
Set up a timing notification to alert you when your loved one has been in one room for an unusually long time, which could indicate a fall or other issue.
Away From Home
Stay up to date on when your loved one has left home, and keep track of any abrupt changes to their daily routine.
Day Started / Not Started
Get an alert when your loved one gets out of bed in the morning, or if they stay in bed longer than usual. This can inform you of any safety issues that might have occurred overnight. TruSense can also adapt to more long-term sleeping changes.
Temperature Out of Range
TruSense can detect and alert you to unsafe temperature changes in the home.
Vehicle Out of Area
Use the TruSense platform to create a digital “safety zone”, and receive alerts if your loved one travels outside of a defined border while driving.
The TruSense water sensor can detect if an excessive amount of water leaks into any room susceptible to flooding.
Door Open Too Long
TruSense can let you know when entry doors have been open for an unusually long time, in case your loved one forgets to close a door or lock up at night.
Be notified when your loved one attempts to contact the TruSense 24-Hour Emergency Response team.
Be notified when the TruSense sensor batteries are running low.
A TruSense for health and well-being.
TruSense gives seniors and caregivers an easy way to measure key health information right from home, including weight, blood pressure, lung capacity, and blood glucose levels. The TruSense Dashboard collects and charts health information automatically–and all of this data can be shared with your doctor to proactively treat the symptoms of chronic conditions.
- Fewer doctor visits and hospital readmissions
- Lower overall healthcare costs
- Healthier, happier lives.