Fire Safety Tips For Senior
The elderly are in a much more dangerous situation than the general population in a fire, who isn’t as capable of a speedy reaction.
Here are simple tips caregivers and seniors alike can use to prevent harm and danger.
[if !supportLists]1. [endif]Keep smoke detectors up to date
[if !supportLists]2. [endif]Absolutely no smoking at home.
[if !supportLists]3. [endif]Remain in the kitchen while cooking!
[if !supportLists]4. [endif]Do not overload power sockets
[if !supportLists]5. [endif]Make a getaway plan
[if !supportLists]6. [endif]Make sure you can hear your smoke alarm
Seniors who have difficulty hearing should take advantage of special alarms that shake beds or flash bright lights, notifying the individual or families in the event of a fire.
Venture’s Hearing / Visual Impairment Assistive System is an ideal assistive product for hard of hearing, visual impaired or elderly person. It provides an alert with loud sound and flashlight together with strong vibration by the wakeup pad when there is an incoming telephone call, someone is at the door or other emergency.
Ideal for placing in Kitchen
Detects the sound pattern of smoke alarm / carbon monoxide alarm and transmits a wireless signal to receiver
Build-in compliance with UL alarm sound standard
3 sound sensitivity levels, ideal for elderly: High / Mid/ Low
Long battery life can last for years
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