Has your loved one gotten up this morning? Have there been more or less frequent trips to the restroom? Was the front door left open? The ability for caregivers to monitor daily activities provides a level of support to individuals choosing to stay at home.
Changes in daily activities can be a signal that something is wrong. A few sensors in your loved one’s home can make all the difference in knowing when something is amiss. Monitoring systems, such as LightHouse Caregiver Systems and Lively Home use sensors in placed in high-traffic areas of the home – bathrooms, bedrooms, kitchen – to keep track of activities and will send you alerts when there are changes in their activities.