Adaptive were invited to see the ground-breaking CLB Acoustic Monitoring system live in action at the impressive Drovers House in central Rugby and it was incredible to see first hand the way that this technology improves standards of care throughout.
Manager Hayley Langley enthused “We now could not do without the system, especially during the night times. There have been many health and wellbeing benefits for residents such as improvements in general behaviour plus nutrition and rehydration all based on getting a much better quality of sleep. We have also seen a reduction in incidents like falls due to the improved monitoring features. From a commercial point of view, the system has paid for itself already, so we are very pleased”.