Oysta delivers proactive care which helps individuals live independently for longer
One of our biggest aims at Oysta is to help individuals live independently for longer knowing support is available when they need it.
To achieve this we have developed a self-contained, hub-less smart sensor to remotely support individuals at home while alerting carers to any anomalies in the home environment or Vulnerable Independent Person’s (VIP’s) activity. Here our SenseCare technology helps to enhance the ability for the care circle to provide better preventative care and solve anomalies in the home, to prevent something more critical from taking place and the development of urgent care needs. Our SenseCare solution is an example of an IoT (Internet of Things) device that offers several different features that can connect to multiple systems and have the functionality to call several people all at once, when there is a change in activity in the home environment. Through our device, we can measure the temperature and humidity of a room as well as collect digital insights about their daily activity patterns so alerts can be sent to multiple people at once when anomalies occur so they can be resolved quickly. We are looking forward to demonstrating how our hub-less sensor works at The Occupational Therapy Show as well as demonstrating the additional accessories SenseCare can have, including flood and leak detectors, bed and chair pads, and door sensors. Here we can show all the attendees how our Oysta Solutions can help all vulnerable populations be able to live independently for longer including individuals living with dementia. If you wish to learn more about how our Oysta solutions help promote independence before The Occupational Therapy Show, discover how Hampshire County Council found a 55% reduction in people being reported missing to the police since individuals with dementia were given an Oysta device. https://www.oysta-technology.com/