Oysta can change your life and give you the freedom that you need
Hear what it means to Michael life and his family to have reassurance from Oysta.
Following an incident Michael was left with physical mobility challenges that make moving around the house difficult and a risk of falls. A few bad falls whilst outside made him anxious about being on his own and mean that his wife needed to accompany him everywhere and was frightened to leave Michael at home alone.
Oysta helps Vulnerable Independent People (VIPs) stay safe at home and away from home. Our telecare devices encourage VIPs to pursue an active lifestyle with a safety net in place.
Our telecare devices link into our easy-to-use care platform, IntelliCare™. IntelliCare is used by the care circle so that they have regular, automatic updates on activity and location which enables trends and analysis to support effective care decisions.
Oysta’s IntelliCare platform simplifies technology-enabled care and transforms reactive care into personalised, preventative care, helping customers to deliver better outcomes.
Reassurance from Oysta
Since having Oysta, they both feel they have greater safety and reassurance:
As Michael says: “It gives me more confidence to go out, more than I had before and at least I know that if anything did happen, there’s someone at the end [of the call] that can come and get some help for me.”
His wife and carer Deborah says:
“I didn’t go anywhere without him. I didn’t trust myself as well as him because of his falls etc. But with Oysta now, it’s just brilliant, I wouldn’t know what to do without it now. I can go out and pop to the shops knowing that he’s safe and if anything happens, I will get a call saying his alarm has activated.”
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