The iVi Intelligent Pendant with Fall Detection works with the Vi and CEL Medical Alert Systems, replacing the standard personal activator. The iVi features a standard help button and automatic fall detection technology*.
How does it work?
Subscribers can call for help by pressing the button on the pendant, which generates a help call through the console unit. The call is sent to the 24-hour Response Center where trained operators can access call details (subscriber’s name, address and relevant information) are displayed on screen. The Response Center operator communicates with the subscriber through the home unit (Vi or CEL) loudspeaker and microphone to determine an appropriate course of action. Built-in automatic fall detection senses when the subscriber has fallen and triggers a call to the Response Center.
Who is it for? A wide variety of subscribers can benefit from the iVi’s intelligent pendant’s state-of-the-art technology, including people who:
- Are at high risk for falls
- Have muscle weakness, especially in their legs
- Take medications that may cause dizziness
- Have hypotension (low blood pressure)
- Have neurological conditions such as Parkinson’s Disease and epilepsy
- Have mental, physical or sensory impairments
- Have Ostioarthritis
The iVi offers family, caregivers and friends the reassurance that their loved ones can use their personal activator to easily call for help whenever they need it from anywhere in and around the home.
- Adjustable fall sensitivity is customizable to suit individuals
- Convenient cancel button enables the wearer to cancel fall activations if assistance is not required, eliminating unnecessary calls
- Supervised replaceable battery offers low battery alerts and easy maintenance
- Visual and audio alerts notify and provide reassurance to the user that the iVi has detected a fall
- 380ft range from home base unit, suitable for typical dwellings/homes
- Water resistant (IP67) – Can be worn in bath or shower.
*Fall detection feature does not detect 100% of falls. If able, users should always press their help button when they need help.
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