InteliLiving helps ensure Peggy receives the care and medication required at this stage of her life.
InteliLiving uses the latest smart home AI assistive technology to support reablement and improve outcomes for independent adults who prefer to remain in their own homes without requiring high-contact support.
This reasonable and necessary assistive technology helps your clients maintain their autonomy and stay at home longer through rich insights delivered by the InteliLiving mobile app to their family members and care team.
For the NDIS or home care client, it achieves goals of independence and autonomy while increasing confidence.
For family and carers, the data intelligence enables them to clearly understand how that person is travelling, and whether they need a change in support.
Drive Reablement and Autonomy
InteliLiving can achieve a safer, smarter, data-rich home to:
- live more independently with greater autonomy;
- be more confident and reduce anxiety;
- reduce the intrusion of family members and reduce the burden of stress on them;
- reduce the cost of overnight carer hours and have more privacy; and/or
- be safe, and not left undiscovered if they have a fall or health incident.
We Connect. We Detect. We Prevent.
Why OTs are recommending InteliLiving for their clients
Connect the circle of care through the mobile app
Supports the independent adult without increasing paid carer hours by leveraging the their support network to share in the care.
The InteliLiving mobile app provides both long term trends and live data to the authorised care team, enabling tailored evidence-based care. The independent adult has choice and control over their data and who has access to it.
AI algorithms are able to identify decreased movement over time, lack of movement, potential UTIs, agitation, poor sleep and irregular eating patterns.
The family and care team will be updated with 24/7 live data, longitudinal trends and leading indicators to detect and help prevent deterioration.
Represents value for money in comparison to emergency pendants, intermittent face-to-face carer hours, or a group home.
Help prevent hospitalisation
Evidence-based data to support a change in care needs to avoid hospitalisation from preventable falls or health incidents. InteliLiving empowers the care team to step in before an incident occurs.
By creating a safer home, InteliLiving helps to reduce hospital readmission and can exit your client from hospital quicker.
See the warning signs
The poorer the sleep, the higher the risk of falling 2
Track sleep times and night-time movement
40% of people who had a fall also had a form of infection 3
Additional bathroom visits at night are early warnings of UTI
+3 nightly bathroom visits, the risk of a fall more than double 4
Identify movement at night to reduce falls risk
One in 4 adults admitted to hospital are malnourished 5
Notice missing or infrequent meal preparation
Isolation and loneliness are associated with 37% of falls 6
Tracks number of outings and frequency over 2 weeks
Three levels of falls protection
InteliLiving doesn’t rely on one device or sensor. You have multiple safety nets to prevent a fall.
Level 1: Our smart GPS pendant
InteliLiving can be paired with a Falls GPS Pendant that immediately alerts the care network if the person presses the button, or if it detects an obvious fall.
But…In the event of a fall, 80% of people don’t use a duress pendant. What then?
Level 2: Our powerful InteliLiving app
Most assistive technology only provide ‘spot-checks’ or basic data about movement within a room, making it hard for anyone to tell whether your client is in trouble or not.
InteliLiving receives data 24/7 and is constantly working to identify risks.
InteliLiving learns how your client likes to live, understands what’s normal (and what isn’t) and sends notifications if there’s a problem while providing insights that help avoid false alarms.
At the touch of your finger, you’ll see live data and can make evidence-based choices on the person’s care.
But what if they fall at night, perhaps in the bathroom or the kitchen?
Level 3: ‘Failure to arise’ alerts
InteliLiving doesn’t rely on set schedules, it understands that people have variation in their lives and builds a routine for each individual.
If InteliLiving detects your clients hasn’t arisen at their usual time, the care team receive a heads-up notification so you can decide if it’s cause for concern.
The longer they are inactive, the more urgent the alerts become, overcoming gaps in coverage from unworn wearables.
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Read Brenda and Jane’s case study
Frustrated at the lack of a diagnosis beyond general ageing, Jane suggested installing InteliLiving in her mum’s apartment.
In less than 5 days, InteliLiving showed an unhealthy sleep pattern and an indication of an infection.
How InteliLiving Works?
By installing non-invasive, non-wearable smart sensors (not cameras) in the home, InteliLiving can detect declines in your client’s wellbeing the care team may
never know about.
- lack of movement
- potential UTIs
- poor sleep
- change in eating patterns
- and more
If InteliLiving uncovers a troubling trend in behaviour, the care team will be alerted via the app and SMS (if urgent) and early prevention measures can be taken.
for $33/week, with no lock-in contract
Insight at a glance
At any time, the family/care team can view a client’s live activity and assess if it is normal behaviour.
The InteliCare app uses colour-coded icons easily indicating any potential declines in wellbeing.
Within seconds of opening the app, the care team will know if they need to act.
“The system is a different way of approaching caring for people and allowing them to be in their homes for just a little bit longer – at their own pace and under their own terms.”
— Trudy Taylor, Technology for Ageing and Disability ACT
Reduce time in hospitals
InteliLiving reduces hospital readmission and transitions people from hospital to home faster by creating a safer home environment.
They can rest assured in the knowledge that people are looking out for them without intruding on their privacy.
InteliLiving helps your client maintain their independence, so they can stay in their home for longer while giving their family members peace of mind.
This assisted technology helps to realign face-to-face carer hours with client needs as well as increasing your client’s confidence and reducing anxiety.
InteliLiving is Different to Other Assistive Technology
InteliLiving works to help predict and prevent incidents, not only to detect them.
Other assistive technology can be flawed or affected by human fallibility or privacy concerns.
Falls alarms aren’t always activated. Security cameras can be too invasive. Call systems are often out of reach. InteliLiving considers all these things.
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1 Falls in the Elderly Secondary to Urinary Symptoms. Soliman & Meyer.
2 University of Warwick. “Falls are more likely when you’ve had a bad night sleep.” ScienceDaily. ScienceDaily,30 November 2018.
3 A new cause to consider in falls: Infection Coexisting systemic infections may need to be routinely considered in patients who present with a fall. By Mollie Durkin . ACP Hospitalist. 10/11/2020
4 Sleep Disturbances and Falls in Older People, Elizabeth Latimer Hill, Robert G. Cumming, Ray Lewis, Susan Carrington, and David G. Le Couteur
5 Malnutrition as a Fall Risk Factor. Julius M, Kresevic D, Turcoliveri M, Cialdella-Kam L, Burant, C.
6 SOCIAL ISOLATION AND FALLS RISK AMONG COMMUNITY DWELLING OLDER ADULTS: THE MEDIATING ROLE OF DEPRESSION. Jeffrey Burr,1 and Lien Quach2, 1. University of Massachusetts Boston, Boston, Massachusetts, United States,2. Veterans Administration, Boston, Massachusetts, United States Innovation in Aging, 2019, Vol. 3, No. S1