Epilepsy is a condition that affects the brain which causes epileptic seizures. When someone has epilepsy, it means they have a tendency to have epileptic seizures.
Seizures are bursts of electrical activity in the brain and it can start at any age causing a number of different symptoms. Some types of epilepsy last for a limited time and the person can eventually stop having seizures, but for many it is a life-long condition.
The evaluation and management of risk needs to take into account the person's seizures and their unique circumstances. Ensuring that seizures are correctly diagnosed, that treatment plans are followed and that first aid information is available, will minimise risk.
We have a number of products that can help detect seizures, helping people to take preventative actions and raise attention to others.
Please contact us if you would like further assistance or to discuss an individual need.
Call us on 0345 130 1469 for more information or to purchase any of these products.
The Pulse Companion
The Pulse Companion is used with a pager which alerts caregivers of potential Epileptic seizures.
The Companion Mini
The Companion Mini is a digital movement sensor is a discrete system yet and can be applied in some of the most challenging situations when supporting tonic-clonic seizures.
Digital Lifeline Service
Alarm calls to our Monitoring & Response Centre allow you to speak to our operators 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, making sure you get the help you need, whenever you need it.
Vibby Fall Detector
The Vibby is a light weight detector which can be worn on the wrist or as a pendant. It gives confidence to users who may be at risk of falling.
A complete package designed to reassure families that a loved one is living normally, reducing the need for constant phone calls or visits to check up. Ideal for anyone who is frail, isolated or lives alone.
This sensor can detect changes in the user's movements whilst they sleep which may indicate that a seizure or fit is taking place.
This sensor is designed for areas where there is already likely to be heat and smoke such as a kitchen or rooms with solid fuel fires.
The Mindme pendant is a mobile GPS pendant – walking the dog, going to the shops or visiting friends.
For people with mild low vision, reading fatigue, reading difficulties including Dyslexia, and anyone who consumes large amounts of text.
The pull cord gives the user the option of triggering their alarm and alerting the Monitoring & Response Centre to a situation from a static point in their home.
Request - Large Button Radio Alarm
Request, the large easy to press wireless call button. Sensitive enough to detect the slightest touch, it's a simple way to call for help easily, and with no wires it can be installed anywhere!
This straightforward detector will raise an alert with both the user and the Monitoring & Response Centre if smoke is detected in the users home.