Our medical alarms, technology, and services play a key role in helping older people and those with long-term health and care needs to stay out of hospital or residential care and enjoy a better quality of life.
Tunstall Medical Alarm Functionality Over the NBN
The National Broadband Network (the NBN) will replace the copper network and all other public fixed-line telecommunications networks in Australia within the fibre footprint.
Tunstall medical alarms have been tested and work when correctly connected to the NBN, via the UNI-V (Voice ports) or an ATA connected to the UNI-D (Data ports) ports once activated.
How to monitor dementia with telecare solutions
There are currently more than 342,800 Australians living with dementia, according to Alzheimer's Australia, and this figure is on the rise. The organisation states there are more than 1,800 new cases of dementia each week in this country, presenting unique challenges when it comes to monitoring and caring for this condition in homes and care facilities.