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  • Introducing acoustic monitoring has significantly improved the quality of care we can provide during the night while significantly reducing the overall cost
  • It wasn’t until I started as an (AM2) operator that I realized what I had missed when making rounds. We now know much better what’s going on than before when we were making rounds.
  • The new system really works. One of our service users who is at risk of falling was heard getting up on the system and we were able to get to her before she managed to get out of bed and potentially hurt herself.
  • Being able to set the sound system to detect the slightest sound – i.e. the onset of a seizure activity has proved very effective.
  • My thoughts on the Acoustic System were that it seemed to work very well. If it were to be in each of the residents rooms I think it would be very beneficial to the home. It would save having to go into the residents rooms to ring their bells on checks and disturbing them.
    Suzan Brody – Night carer
  • I feel that the monitoring system is very helpful. During our night shift we can monitor our residents without going into their room. It also helps us and residents as we go into their rooms for checking which may disturb the residents.
    Ben Adams - Night staff
  • I found the monitoring system to be very affective because we are able to monitor residents without disturbing them. And also if there were any questions over a fall this would be able to be used as evidence for safe guarding and also to reduce falls.
    Jay Brody - Head of care
  • I found this equipment to be beneficial because it saved us going into and waking residents unnecessarily. It has helped reduce our fall risks, it was reassuring to staff to have extra safety equipment in place.
    Betty Veraart - Care assistant

Case studies

Treloar School and College, United Kingdom

Treloar School and College is a non-maintained residential and day special school and college for severely disabled children and young people aged from 2 to 25. Comprising of 5 residential houses ranging from 24 – 36 beds, their purpose is to enable education and independence for severely disabled young people.

Implementing CLB’s bespoke acoustic monitoring and nurse call system has improved the situation on every level, seeing a positive impact on both staff productivity and student wellbeing.

De Zorggroep Limburg, the Netherlands

De Zorggroep Limburg (DZL) operates 31 nursing homes across the south of the Netherlands, caring for almost 2,500 elderly and mentally challenged care receivers. DZL’s Venray location used an Acoustic Monitoring system to monitor their 100 residents with intellectual disabilities. They quickly noticed the benefits of Acoustic Monitoring compared to a traditional nurse call system.

OSJCT Spencer Court, Woodstock, United Kingdom

Spencer Court, registered for forty-six residents, provides care for older people and those with dementia. Spencer Court installed an Acoustic Monitoring demo system, consisting out of four monitoring units. On the very first day of the trial, the AM system already paid off.

WCS, Drovers House, Rugby, United Kingdom

WCS is a not-for-profit care organisation which pursues a policy of innovation and excellence. An acoustic monitoring nurse call system is installed at Drovers House, with a view to roll out across other new and older care homes.