CLB Acoustic Monitoring
Surrey County Council
Surrey County Council acquired Lindon Farm in Alford with an aim to provide long term supported living accommodation for ten adults with autism and high support needs.
This aligns with the Council’s strategy to support individuals with disabilities to maximise their independence, be part of the local community and to live near their families in Surrey.
Adaptive IT were tasked with installing the CLB Acoustic Monitoring system throughout.
Provision needed to be made for all of the residents who needed to be able to call for assistance at night time without using traditional Nurse Call methods.
Adaptive IT's Solution
CLB ACOUSTIC MONITORING:
A single CLB Acoustic Monitoring Module was installed into each resident bedroom – this monitors sounds in a room and when a concerning noise is heard an alert is sent to a central station.
The solution helps raise levels of care and resident wellbeing – here are some operational examples,
– Preventing Falls as residents are reached before bed exit
– Allowing better sleep cycles as interventions in rooms are only when necessary
– Abuse is prevented as aggression is detected
– Privacy and Dignity are protected with less in room interactions
To learn more about how this system can help you please click here.
To have a vision like this being presented and implemented by a local council is something we wholeheartedly applaud. With a lack of accessible services people can be forced to live far away from home. This is helped to be addressed by creating a safe and local environment and CLB Acoustic Monitoring should be key to facilitate its success.Jonathan White