Patient Wandering

Patient Wandering

Patient Wandering Protection Solutions enables complete freedom of movement of care givers, guests, other patients or family members while preventing high-risk patients from leaving monitored areas without proper supervision.

Patient wandering systems protect patients and residents at risk of unknowingly leaving their facility and putting themselves, and potentially others in danger. This situation can create tremendous anxiety and discomfort for the staff and families of those affected, and thus requires an effective solution to put all concerned at ease.

Patient wandering systems provide a superior quality of life for the patient or resident by affording them the freedom and latitude they readily desire while also providing the safety and protection their families and caregivers expect.

At Aatel, we’re committed to providing our clients with the latest products and safety solutions to help them better manage their institution’s wander management & staff emergency response requirements.

Our objective is to implement proven solutions that will ultimately protect patients prone to wandering. We focus on offering patient wandering systems that have multiple installation options, scalability and modular design. This advanced technology can be designed to fit virtually any facility, regardless of its size and structure, including:

  • Long-term care
  • Retirement homes
  • Dementia care
  • Mental health
  • Acute care

It can also be integrated with a variety of systems and devices.

Patient wandering systems are characterized by their flexible design, which provides a cost-effective solution that ensures you only pay for the system and services you require.  And you can expand and add functionality whenever you need to. These systems can also be used for several other purposes, including safeguarding your important assets (i.e. equipment) and protecting your staff.

Discover the many benefits of partnering with Aatel to design a patient wandering system that will lessen the burden on your caregivers while offering your patients and residents a more comfortable and appealing living environment – and one that still emphasizes their safety and security. Contact us to learn more.

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