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Resource Finder
Assistive Technology and Nurse Call Systems

CMM presents its Resource Finder of assistive technology and nurse call systems offering a diverse range of technological solutions.

Assistive technology and nurse call systems have evolved in recent years to offer a wide range of products to meet a variety of needs. From traditional nurse call to wireless assistive technology, from sensors and monitors to mobile care monitoring, CCTV and more, there is likely to be a product to meet your service’s particular needs.

Aid Call

C-TEC (Computionics Limited)

CM2000 Ltd 

GHM Communications

Intercall Nursecall Systems

MyAmego

Person Centred Software


Aid Call

Tel: 0800 052 3616
Email: sales@aidcall.co.uk
Website: www.aidcall.co.uk

Sectors

  • Care homes;
  • Hospitals; and
  • Independent living.

Products

  • Nurse call;
  • Display panels;
  • Wireless call points;
  • Pull cord unit;
  • Pear push leads;
  • Door monitor;
  • Environmental control devices;
  • Fall detector;
  • Bed, chair PIR movement sensors;
  • Incontinence devices,
  • Audio visual call indicators;
  • DECT cordless phones;
  • Nurse present buddy;
  • Bluebell pager; and
  • Call logging software.

C-TEC (Computionics Limited)

Tel: 01942 322744
Email: sales@c-tec.co.uk
Website: www.c-tec.co.uk

Sectors

  • Care homes;
  • Care homes with nursing;
  • Learning disability providers;
  • Home care agencies;
  • Assisted living;
  • Extra care;
  • Supported living;
  • Mental health services; and
  • Housing associations.

Products

  • Assistive technology;
  • Nurse call systems;
  • Fire alarm control panels;
  • Smoke and heat detectors;
  • Disabled refuge systems;
  • Voice alarms;
  • Power supplies; and
  • Induction loop amplifiers.

CM2000 Ltd

Tel: 0121 308 3010
Email: sales@cm2000.co.uk
Website: www.cm2000.co.uk

Sectors

  • Health;
  • Social care;
  • Disabilities groups;
  • Council;
  • Independent care providers; and
  • Facilities management companies.

Products

  • Time and wellbeing management;
  • Outcomes recording;
  • Business intelligence reporting;
  • Electronic call monitoring;
  • Scheduling; and
  • Financial Management IT Software solutions.

GHM Communications

Tel: 0845 0584668
Email: info@ghmcommunications.com
Website: www.carehometelecoms.co.uk

Sectors 

  • Care home;
  • Nursing home; and
  • Assisted Living.

Products 

Integrated WIFI enabling:

  • Nurse call;
  • Telephone systems;
  • Electronic patient records;
  • CCTV;
  • Warden call;
  • Resident internet access; and
  • On demand TV.

Intercall Nursecall Systems

Tel: 01403 713121
Email: sales@intercall.co.uk
Website: www.intercall.co.uk

Sectors

  • Nursing homes;
  • Hospitals;
  • Prisons;
  • Mental health units; and
  • Rehabilitation centres.

Products

  • Nursecall systems;
  • Staff safety systems;
  • Dementia systems; and
  • Disabled toilet alarms.

Company profile

Intercall Launches the Touch Series. As market leaders in the design and development of nurse call systems, Intercall is committed to learning, adapting and improving the level of care and security within the care sector. The new Touch series has been developed in consultation with the sector, using experience and learning from previous systems.

Building on the technology of Series 600 and 700, one of the Touch Series key features includes the use of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID). Intercall is leading the industry with the use of RFID to identify staff and their actions. This data can be logged and accessed by managers, giving them an insight into staffing levels and average call response times. Using this intelligence, managers are able to set staff performance indicators and ensure that staff receive the support they need at all times.

The launch of the Touch Series follows a period of extensive research and design development. The result is a family of products that look as good as they work.

Simon Hardy, Managing Director of Intercall said, ‘We’ve listened to customer feedback and developed a range of products that can be both hard-wired or use web-based technologies. We believe the Touch Series reflects the needs of modern health care providers and it is future-proofed for the 21st Century. We’re excited about the new Touch series and can’t wait to hear what our customers think of the new range.’


MyAmego

Tel: 01353 741545
Email: info@myamego.com
Website: www.myamego.com

Sectors

  • Private care homes;
  • Local authority care homes;
  • Assisted living; and
  • NHS wards.

Products

  • Nurse call systems;
  • Risk alert systems;
  • Automatic staff monitoring;
  • Evidence for safeguarding;
  • Staff and service user reports;
  • Personal alarm; and
  • Fobs and pagers.

Person Centred Software

Tel: 01483 604108
Email: care@personcentredsoftware.com
Website: www.personcentredsoftware.com

Sectors

  • Administration;
  • Care management;
  • Enterprise resource planning;
  • Care homes for older people;
  • Frail elderly;
  • Supported living;
  • Learning disability homes; and
  • Mental health.

Products

  • Evidence of care;
  • Mobile care monitoring; and
  • Integrated care planning.

Company profile

Care staff use Mobile Care Monitoring to evidence care for service users. It is an intuitive and easy to use application that works on lightweight, robust devices, which gives staff all the information they need to care for service users and allows them to quickly evidence the care that they deliver.

The system has been specifically designed to give carers more time to spend with service users. As daily records are written with a few taps on the device, the entire shift can be spent delivering care. The app uses pictures to guide people through each care note that they enter, making it very easy to use for non IT literate staff. As carers evidence care, all the charts and reports are automatically updated, without anyone having to fill in any additional paperwork. With less paperwork to complete, care staff are under less pressure and service users receive a better quality of care.

Every carer can see what others are doing during their shift. Flags are shown to indicate if important actions are overdue or about to be missed, ensuring important care interventions are not missed. As care is evidenced as it is delivered, all carers are able to see exactly what happened before they came on shift. Mobile Care Monitoring helps staff support each other by making everyone aware if an individual has not received their planned care, or if they are unhappy. The monitoring system displays everything that can be seen on the care delivery devices to managers.

Setting up the system requires inputting a few pieces of information for staff and service users. Service users are placed into any number of totally flexible communities, onto which is overlaid comprehensive staff-based security, ensuring people can only see the individuals they should. Every staff member has a secure log-in, so no-one can impersonate anyone else and it’s easy to see who has delivered care.

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