COMM-TRONICS AWARDED RESIDENT WANDERING SYSTEM AT GOODWIN HOUSE

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At Comm-Tronics, we care about the well being of elderly residents.

COMM-TRONICS is pleased to announce the award for an integrated Resident Wandering System at the Goodwin House in Alexandria, Virginia.

The new Resident Wandering System will help protect elderly residents, including those battling dementia or Alzheimer disease, safe from wandering into restricted areas in the facility and grounds. The new system will also provide a conduit for resident information to and from the nurse call system.

Comm-Tronics was selected for this project due, in large measure, to the unobtrusive and less institutional design of our system that emphasizes a more home-like care.

The new Resident Wandering System will perform the following functions:

  • Transmit alarm data to nurse stations
  • Secure designated doors – coded for the mobility of individual residents
  • Secure elevator lobbies – coded for the mobility of individual residents
  • Provide resident photos to the nurse station when an alarm event occurs
  • Provide location detection for each resident
  • Transmit fall alarms
  • Document staff/resident interactions

Comm-Tronics is pleased to have been selected by the Goodwin House for this important project. It is scheduled to be completed in the summer of 2017.

If you would like information on Resident Wandering Systems, Nurse Call Systems for Acute Care/Elder Care or RTLS technologies for healthcare, please click HERE.

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