A secure and cost-effective option for independent living with safety, security and comfort.
Understand your family member’s activity pattern and get an alert if it’s out of the ordinary.
Make sure your loved one is getting up and about.
Be alerted if your loved one is wandering or leaving the house at odd hours.
Security & Automation
Simplify daily routines with automated temperature, light and security settings.
Wellness can also be paired with Personal Emergency Response (PERS) pendants.
Learn how Activity Monitoring supports a better standard of care, and efficiency.
Peace of Mind with Monitoring & Alerts
Family members and caregivers can monitor their loved one’s activity, such as how much time is spent in bed, in a favorite chair or out of the house. And, with intelligent sensors to track and learn the home's activities of daily living, Wellness can identify anomalies that may signify a problem.
More comprehensive than traditional Personal Emergency Response (PERS) wearable pendants, Acadian Total Security Wellness is a safety net that provides a more complete view of a loved one’s well-being, and delivers automatic, real-time alerts. Unlike a PERS button, Acadian Total Security Wellness does not rely on the individual to take an action or remember to keep the button with them. With additional information like inactivity alerts or unusual activity patterns your PERS system can be enhanced to provide a more comprehensive solution.
Enhance Independence & Comfort
Wellness can also simplify routine tasks, with seamless automation across the home's critical systems. Easy to use rules and schedules allow you to automate lights, thermostats, locks and security – so your loved one doesn’t have to remember to turn lights on or off, or lock the door every night. Caregivers can even remotely check on thermostat settings and adjust the temperature, if needed, through a mobile app.
When to consider Wellness
- Your family members want to stay home as they age, but want the security of knowing someone is watching out for them.
- You worry that something has happened when your aging family member doesn't stay in touch.
- A family member has had a recent illness that requires some extra care, but can't afford expensive assisted living.
- You want a safety net for active and healthy aging family members.