Wellness Camera for Caregiving

As our family members age, we want to make sure they are well cared for and safe. However, we want to do this while allowing them to maintain as much independence as possible. One way to do this is by implementing a few Wellness Cameras in their home. Of course, working with them to put a plan in place makes both of you comfortable with the idea. Wellness Cameras are used only in common areas, and personal privacy should never be invaded. Ideal places are doorways, stairways, a kitchen, and a common room. For the resident, they feel safe and never alone. They know if they suffer a fall or have other immediate needs, someone is close by. You both have the ability to speak in real-time to each other through the camera’s microphone. You can also remote view at any time to check up on your loved ones.

Wellness Camera
Wellness App

Wellness Monitoring & Notifications

For a caregiver, it lets you know that they are eating, taking their medications, or moving around properly. Also, serving as a Nanny Cam, you can observe any nurses or other caregivers coming in and out of the home. It works to not only protect the older one but also the caregiver. Older ones forget at times when they may put things, and a caregiver would not want to be held accountable. Wellness Cameras keep you informed at all times with notifications directly sent to your smartphone. Never have to worry again about why your parent isn’t answering the phone. Quick, regular check-ins keep both of you worry-free. Finally, Wellness cameras watch over them when you can’t.

Features of a Wellness Camera:

  • 1080p image quality
  • 180° viewing angle
  • Two-way voice
  • IR night vision up to 15 feet
  • 2.4 GHz or 5 GHz Wi-Fi range
  • Ethernet capable
  • Digital pan, tilt, and zoom
  • PoE or power adapter ability
  • 3.125″L x 3.125″W x 5.2″H
Wellness Camera Right
Wellness Camera Front
Wellness Camera Left