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Alarms: FAQ

1. Are sensor alarms suitable for all elderly and dementia patients?

  • Sensor alarms can be used for most elderly and dementia patients

2. Can sensor alarms replace human monitoring?

  • While sensor alarms are a useful tool for fall prevention, they should not replace human monitoring entirely. Caregivers should still monitor patients and use sensor alarms as an additional tool to enhance safety.

3. Can I adjust the volume of the alarm?

  • Yes, you can adjust the alarm volume to fit your needs. 

4. Are sensor alarms easy to install?

  • Yes, sensor alarms are generally easy to install and can be attached to beds, chairs, and other surfaces using the mounting brackets provided.

5. How long do sensor alarm batteries last?

  • Sensor alarm batteries can last anywhere from a few hours to a few years, depending on the model and usage.

6. Can sensor alarms be used outside of the home?

  • Yes, some sensor alarms are portable and can be used outside of the home, making them suitable for use in hospitals, nursing homes, and other healthcare facilities.

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