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Installing nurse call system at home
Last Post 8/1/2018 2:54 AM by natnatroswell22. 3 Replies.
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Kerrlaz Posts:1
3/21/2018 2:59 AM
Hey, I am a thirty year old from Canada. I live in Brampton with my husband. My mother died few months before and now, my father is living all alone in Cambridge. He is bedridden as a result of the lymphatic surgery he had the previous month. There was a caretaker to look after him. But, she went home due to some personal issues. Now, my dad is all alone in the house. We were not able to find another good caretaker. We were able to hire a part-time helper to look after my dad during the daytime. She told that she won't be able to stay there at night. We have asked the neighbors whether they could stay with my dad during the night time. They were also not interested. One of our neighbors suggested having wireless nurse call systems ( ). He told that it could alert the nursing staff if he needed any kind of assistance. But, the problem is that our house has got really thick stone walls. Will it work?
Anniejessy Posts:4
4/5/2018 5:26 AM
Wireless nurse call systems are always good. Although the house has thick stones, it will work. You need not worry about it.
reyjames7 Posts:6
5/11/2018 1:26 AM
Thick stones eh? I don't think so
natnatroswell22 Posts:12
8/1/2018 2:54 AM
I think it would still work even if the house has thick stones. Did you already make up your mind?
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