eNeighbor® Monitoring Technology
The eNeighbor® system provides older adults with an extensive monitoring system that puts non-intrusive sensors in place to assist individuals in remaining independent in their own home. eNeighbor is designed to respect personal privacy while enhancing quality of life. This monitoring system offers wearable pendants and silent monitors that alert responders when problems are indicated. Cameras or microphones are never used!
Many families worry about their older relatives living alone and remaining safe, healthy and happy. The eNeighbor® Remote Monitoring system gives families the peace of mind they desire. This system provides automatic detection of a need for assistance and customized alerts specific to the needs and risk factors for the individual. Remote monitoring is used in home and community-based care, independent congregate living, assisted living and skilled nursing. The same system and technology are used in all of these applications, but customized to the specific care setting and individualized needs.
Health and wellness
- Automatically detects need for assistance
- Custom monitors designed for wandering, falls or missed medication
- Custom voice prompts to remind staff or resident to complete a desired task or action
- Authorized users can review activities of daily living information through a secure web portal, and information can be sent to staff, family or a physician via e-mail
- Incorporation of vital sign devices per individual needs
- All events are logged, time-stamped and stored in the secure Healthsense Data Center
Independence, safety and security
The eNeighbor® Remote Monitoring system uses sensors to track activities of daily living. The sensors establish the typical levels of daily activity or the “routine” for each resident.
This “routine” becomes the benchmark for establishing when the resident may have fallen or be in need of assistance. Thresholds adapt to account for regular variations in daily activities to minimize false alerts. A significant change in certain activities such as toilet use, sleeping, refrigerator use or a general lack of activity could all signal that the resident may need assistance.
To learn more
Contact us at:
815 West Main Street
Belle Plaine, MN 56011