How To Choose A Wireless Attendant Call Button

Here’s a wireless attendant call button that is Ideal for the caregiver who needs to go out in the yard, do laundry, or run to the mailbox without worrying about an individual who is disabled. People with muscular dystrophy, spinal cord injury, Lou Gherig’s (ALS), or other physical impairments, are frequently unable to turn themselves over in bed or otherwise assist themselves with daily needs. Since they're not able to reposition themselves or take care of all their needs independently, they may require a caregiver to come in and help now and again.

The Wireless Attendant Call Button Alert Chime gives these people a simple method to page for help. The wireless button system is designed for individuals with limited to no finger use.  With this system, users can quickly and easily press a switch to call for help.

Our wireless attendant call button system consists of a switch adapted transmitter and a wireless receiver. It can be used as-is or with an optional standard 1/8" (3.5mm) switch plugged into the transmitter for activation by those with poor or no finger use.

This alarm signal goes up to 500 feet* through entryways and walls in an ordinary house climate. The chime has 52 ringtones, vibration, and 4 volume levels (from a delicate 25 dB up to 110 dB). It has a built-in belt clip for simple transport by clipping it to your clothing or belt. Numerous receivers and transmitters can be utilized in the same environment with unique pairing capabilities. Every user can have their own chime sound assigned.

ABOUT COMPANY-

Adaptive Tech Solutions is a therapist owned and operated company that strives to provide adapted equipment for individuals with disabilities at affordable prices. 

For more details, please visit the website here: https://www.adaptivetechsolutions.com/.

CONTACT US-

1071 Chickasaw Rd

Sand Springs, OK 74063

USA

Message us at (918) 637-7390

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Assistive Technology Devices , Speech Therapy Products , AAC Devices

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