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Caregiver Smart Solutions

The Trusted Way To Monitor Your Loved Ones

Caregiver Smart Solutions

The Trusted Way To Monitor Your Loved Ones

Caregiver Smart Solution is a sensor system that helps you gain insight on the following:
Prevent Accidents

Most events happen in the home…

A Smart solution

What's Included

Your Smart Hub allows all your sensors to connect together and feed the needed info into the Caregiver Smart Solution App via your wifi.

Place the quarter sized sensors throughout the home such as the bedroom, kitchen, living room, bathroom, or dining room.

Emergency buttons are included to help your loved ones press if they need immediate help. These buttons can be placed on their nightstand, in the kitchen or living area.

The temperature and humidity sensor can help detect if the temperature in your loved one’s home is too cold or too hot and can even alert you to a potential fire.

Easily place the door/drawer sensors on a medicine cabinet, refrigerator door, or a front and back door. This will help you monitor if medicine is being taken at the right time of day or if a door has been left open.

Our sensors track movement and patterns that provide family members/caregivers with reassurance that things are as they should be, without the use of video cameras or wearable tracking devices.

Small non-intrusive sensors, about the size of a quarter, are placed discretely around the home. These sensors monitor your loved one’s activities and feed information to our app.

Door / Drawer sensor

Smart Hub

Movement Sensor

Emergency Button

Temperature and humidity Sensor

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How does Caregiver Smart Solutions Work?

Easy-to-Use App

The app shows if your loved one is eating, sleeping normally, and moving around. You will find insights that can identify changes in patterns that can help start a conversation that can lead to potential changes in health.

It’s a simple solution that helps support their independence while maintaining your peace of mind.

Frequently Asked Questions

When the Icon in the App turns yellow or when within the sensor battery history shows ‘low battery’. At the very least 1 time a year. (Just like a smoke alarm)
Movement, Temperature/Humidity sensors, and the Red Emergency Buttons, simply turn upside down, use a nickel or quarter to twist-off the back (Counterclockwise). Remove the small plastic insulator. Reverse the process to close. Door/Drawer Sensors have a round button on the front/top– place your thumb on the round button and twist (Counterclockwise) until it comes off. Remove the small plastic insulator. Reverse the process to close.
Movement Sensors twist-off – do not pull off the wall, push towards the wall while twisting (Counterclockwise). When installing, face the pin location (small hole) to the side. Temperature/Humidity Sensor twist-off – do not pull off the wall, push towards the wall while twisting (Counterclockwise). When installing, face the pin location (small hole) to the side. Door/Drawer Sensors have a round button on the front/top, do not pull off the door or cabinet – place your thumb on the round button and twist (Counterclockwise) until it comes off. Reverse the process to close. Red Emergency Buttons, simply turn upside down, use a nickel or quarter to twist-off the back (Counterclockwise). Reverse the process to close.

Sometimes you have to ‘re-add’ the sensor in your App after replacing the battery, follow the “Add a Sensor” section in settings.

The Smart Hub is not communicating with the Sensors or the power is out make sure the hub is plugged into a known working outlet.

If it’s blinking it’s thinking. The Smart hub will blink when it is plugged in for the 1st time, or after it loses power, or when you are adding a sensor or setting up wifi.

If you want to give the sensor a special name you can rename it by selecting the icon then in the top right of the app select edit by the X, when done click OK.

Not at this time. (If there is something you would like to see added please email Ryan@caregiversmartsolutions we LOVE new ideas!)

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Caregiver Believers Talk About Us!

“In a heart failure situation you may not have time to hit that button, yet the sensors that are located throughout the house can pick up or anything out of the ordinary and alert my caregiver right away.”

“My mom is almost 90 and still lives on her own, she still gets around but I do worry about her. This has been a godsend because it gives me peace of mind. I get alerts that she is moving around and I know her habits very well.”