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Smart Caregiver FallGuard GhostCord Wireless Alarm with Chair Pad Sensor

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Smart Caregiver FallGuard GhostCord Wireless Alarm with Chair Pad Sensor
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FallGuard GhostCord Wireless Alarm with Chair Pad Sensor

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FallGuard GhostCord Wireless Alarm with Chair Pad Sensor

The FallGaurd GhostCord Wireless Alarm with Chair Pad Sensor package is an exciting wireless solution for caretakers in need of a wheelchair alarm or chair alarm. Generally the chair or wheelchair alarm, the transmitter, and the chair pad sensor are purchased separately, but they are now available at a special package price at Vitality Medical. The pressure sensitive pad alerts caretakers through both audio and visual alerts the moment an individuals leaves the wheelchair or chair, and enables them to react quickly to wandering or potential falls. The volume and alarm tone are adjustable and the alarm itself comes with a one year warranty. It is also functional with other GhostCord Wireless devices such as the Bed Sensor Pad and Floor Mat Wander Alert.


Features of the FallGaurd GhostCord Wireless Alarm with Chair Pad Sensor

  • Wireless solution to wheelchair or chair alarms
  • Alarm gives audio and visual alert
  • On/off switch on alarm
  • Adjustable volume on alarm
  • Three different alarm tones
  • Connection status signals (signal OK, signal lost)
  • One year warranty on alarm and sensor pad
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I can do other things while on duty.
I am a private caregiver who works for an 80 year old man. My patient has dementia and there are times he feels like wandering around the house. He is on a wheelchair and there are times that even I already told him to just stay there, he still tries to walk around. Thankfully, one of his children thought of buying this for him (or for me). Now, I am no longer worried. I can walk to the next room to get something because I know that I will hear an alarm once he tries to get off his wheelchair.
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