'are you okay today' uses electric appliances that are already present in the house such as a kettle, television or smartphone. The system learns the normal daily usage pattern of these devices. Using an app that shows a traffic light (red, yellow or green), the son or daughter check whether there is a deviation in this pattern at any time and see whether everything is still okay, without affecting the privacy of the senior.
The only thing the senior needs is at least one smart device, such as Philips Hue , a smart plug or a smartphone. An alternative is a special device that can be installed on the electricity meter that measures energy consumption. The more smart devices are added, the faster the system can ring in the event of an incident.
The app itself is free. You do have to look after the smart devices yourself. If you don't have any yet, just buy one or more at the store. See the Smart Device Overview. There are currently no additional costs for using the "are you okay today" service.
This system supports me in taking care of my mother, who can stay in her home and retain her dignity because she does not have to wear an alarm pendant. Checking with my phone gives me a good feeling.
It's great the human aspects come first and not technology. My father doesn’t like these 'gadgets' as he calls them.
I prefer to visit my clients every day to ask how things are going, but of course that is not always possible. Through this app I know that the family can also keep an eye on my clients.
The purpose of 'are you okay today' is to increase the sense of security of the elderly and to reduce the anxiety of the observers. A very relevant subject because...
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