It also gives the staff added time to help each other with practical tasks while Sanne holds breaks. If we didn’t have an alarm for Sanne, we would have to be by her side all the time. And that would mean a staff member would have to sit here at night, while the rest of the staff attended to other duties. I can’t imagine how we would manage without the alarmRead More
Tine has had an epilepsy alert from Danish Care Technology for more than two years. Social and health assistants Jette and Astrid of Tines care team are keen to see right away if she has a seizure. Jette says, "We are responsible for the care and can treat the consequences of a seizure as best we can when we receive the message of the alarm. Without the alarm, it would be much harder to detect the seizures, and an undetected seizure can be fatal to Tine."Read More
"But I was very worried she was going to get a lot of seizures that would not be detected if I slept at night." For a while Birgitte therefore put the alarm clock each hours every night so she could check on Christina. Of course, it was terribly tiring never to sleep through the night.Read More
The technology behind the portable Epi-Care alarms is clinically tested. This means that Danish and German doctors have systematically and scientifically studied the alarms effect on people with epilepsy.
The results are published in the scientific journal Epilepsia. The Journal publishes original articles on all aspects of epilepsy, clinical and experimental.Read More