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Elderly Falls In The Bathroom

The bathroom can be an extremely dangerous place especially due to the slipperiness of the floor. Wet floors can even take lives! As we age, the risk of slipping and falling in the bathroom increases and it is critical we get help to the senior who has fallen in the bathroom as quickly as possible.

It is very important we allow our seniors the dignity of toileting or showering themselves while they are able. To allow them to call for help should they fall or require assistance an emergency call button and cord in the bathroom is an excellent idea to monitor them if they need help.

The Smart Caregiver 2007-SYS emergency call button with pull cord system is a cost effective and easy to install solution. The Emergency Call Light System includes a wireless nurse call button with pull cord, reset button, and call alarm with light and is ideal for bathroom and hallway notification systems. All components are easily mounted on most surfaces with no hard wiring required

The 2007-SYS wireless call button and light system is simple & easy to install - each item can generally be installed in less than 5 minutes with the included screws. No programming is required - just install and use! The Call & Reset Buttons are waterproof, so are ok to be mounted in wet areas where they are truly needed. Expandable to accomodate you have multiple stalls in your toilets? Need more pull-string emergency call buttons? No problem! You can use up to 10 emergency pull cords per monitor.Very economical - hardwired emergency bathroom call buttons for the elderly systems generally much more expensive, and then you still have to pay an electrician to install a hard-wired system! Audible & Visual Alarm - light flashes when pull-cord is pulled, as well as sounds an adjustable alarm sound, so you're sure to always know when there is an emergency in the bathroom or toilet.

2007-SYS Bathroom Emergency Call Button with Cord

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