The Oysta Watch is a discreet, wearable telecare solution for Vulnerable Independent People (VIPs) who want to remain independent, with a safety net in place.
The Oysta Watch acts as a regular watch with date, day and time display with extra features such as VIPs can make and receive calls through the watch and it has a one-touch SOS button that connects them to their Alarm Receiving Centre (ARC.)
The Oysta Watch connects to our care platform, IntelliCare™, so the care circle will be able to set safety parameters, locate VIPs and if needed, direct them home or direct help to their location.
Oysta Watch is ideal for
- Active VIPs that have started to experience memory loss and may need locating
- People with learning difficulties who would benefit from the additional safety net while they gain confidence in their independence
- VIPs who want the comfort of a telecare device but want it to be discreet
Benefits for the Care Circle
Messages can be pre-set, flashing up on the Oysta Watch to remind the VIP of key events such as appointments or even to remind them to consume more water.
You can see on IntelliCare™, where your VIP is located so if they need help, you can guide them directly to their location
Safe Zones are areas where the VIP is likely to travel. Should the
VIP travel outside those safe zones, anytime or during specific times of the day or night, a care alert is triggered.
WeatherWatch notifies the care circle if the VIP is outside after dark or in extreme weather conditions. You can conduct a welfare check before problems occur, and if needed, guide them home using the location feature on IntelliCare.
Only authorised callers from the care circle can contact the Oysta Watch which eliminates spam calls to the VIP. The whitelist can be changed at any time to add/ remove contacts.
Through IntelliCare, you’ll be notified if your VIP’s device is
switched on/off, has a low battery or if there has been ‘no activity’, indicating that the device has not been worn or used
“I didn’t know this system existed. It will give me confidence to go out with my family and give the carers a tool which could save lives!”
Sarah - Service User
Benefits for Vulnerable Independent People (VIPs)
An easy-to-use button for when in distress or simply needing peace of mind. The Oysta Watch connects the VIP to their chosen emergency contact or Alarm Receiving Centre (ARC) and makes a hands-free, two-way voice call.
The Oysta Watch has a loudspeaker and a sensitive microphone to allow clear voice communication.
For when the device has low battery to prompt the VIP to
charge the device.
This option automatically answers calls to the Oysta Watch. No need to press a button, saving time and effort in an emergency or a welfare check situation.
The care circle can send care prompts, such as to consume more water or remind them of key events such as a care visit appointment.
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Making a difference
Safer independence for Betty
Betty was first introduced to Oysta after a stay in hospital. Unable to be discharged without some support inplace.Helping Betty
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Giving Thomas and his mum Tracey confidence and peace of mind.Helping Thomas
Liam is one of many people who use the Argenti equipment to remain independent and who's primary carers can be greatly supported by using it.Helping Liam