AbiBird will notify you on your phone if your older loved one may have had a fall.
An AbiBird sensor is placed in your older loved one’s home.
The sensor tracks activity in their home according to a set routine.
If activity stops, or varies from the routine, an alert is sent to the app on your phone.
Key features of AbiBird
AbiBird lets you know if Mum or Dad may have had a fall. It's a new way for them to retain their independence.
AbiBird uses Telstra for its Internet of Things (IoT network)
Abibird works wherever there is 4G mobile coverage. This includes all cities and most regional and rural areas.
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You can place the AbiBird activity sensor unobtrusively throughout the house.
Is Mum up and about?
For movement between rooms.
Falls are common here.
Slippery floors are a hazard.
The AbiBird app on your smartphone displays the activity in Mum or Dad’s home as hourly dots on a line chart. The line moves up and down each hour indicating how active they are. A quick glance at the line chart will help determine the state of play in Dad’s home. Is Dad up and about? If no activity and a straight line chart – why?
- If activity stops, or differs from Dad’s routine, AbiBird sends an alert.
- Mum can also tap the AbiBird sensor if she needs help. This will send an immediate alert to your smartphone.
Unique features of the AbiBird app
3 screen responses
3 different screens indicate what’s happening at Mum or Dad’s place.
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Everything is fine!
This screen indicates that activity within your cared-for person’s home is within the set schedule. There is no need to check any further, Mum or Dad is following their pattern of expected behaviour.
Everything is fine!
This screen indicates that activity at Mum or Dad's place is fine and within the set schedule. There is no need to check any further.
Red dots indicate an anomaly in routine
This screen indicates that activity at Mum or Dad's place is outside the set schedule. You may need to look in on Mum or Dad as there is no activity at home when there should be. For example, there has been no activity between 2.50PM and 3.50 PM and mum is usually home by now?
Emergency - Call For Help
This screen indicates that Mum or Dad has repeatedly tapped their AbiBird sensor, sending an immediate Call For Help to your smartphone. This means you should consider looking in on Mum or Dad.