Supra UK's One Touch Pendant image
Supra UK’s One Touch Pendant

Supra UK will be showcasing its range of access and care solutions at the Chester Occupational Therapy Adaptation Conference (OTAC) on Wednesday 6th February 2019.

The event, held at The Queen Hotel in Chester, aims to highlight pioneering solutions and approaches available for occupational therapists and suppliers. Supra UK will be exhibiting at the event, with its team of experts, to discuss how its care and security solutions can help clients.

During the event, OTs will be able to view the Supra C500 KeySafe. The key safe provides a secure method of externally storing keys to a property and allows anyone who has regular authorised visitors to the home, such as carers, nurses or family members, to provide safe and secure access. This means individuals no longer have to answer the door to strangers and the code needed to access the keys can be changed at any time to ensure further peace of mind.

Another solution that visitors to the show will be able to try first hand is WIWE. The WIWE uses a unique intelligent algorithm, which evaluates the properties of the ECG wave to calculate if there is a risk of Atrial Fibrillation related stroke and sudden cardiac arrests (SCA). The handheld device is designed for personal use and allows remote patient monitoring with the opportunity for results to be sent to a GP or specialist when further analysis is required.

Nicola Parsons, Head of Marketing at Supra UK, said: “We are thrilled to be part of OTAC once again this year. It is a great opportunity for us to showcase our products and the benefits they have.

“The visitors will also be able to learn more about us as a company and understand how safety and security inspire our products and can save endless amounts of time and resources for health professionals.”

Finally, the One Touch Pendant, a personal monitoring system, will be on stand for healthcare professionals at the show to experience first-hand. Unlike many traditional services, this product allows the wearer to travel outside of their home.

It operates using a roaming SIM and allows the user to alert up to three contacts in the event of an emergency and activates a two-way conversation with the responder, who can warn relevant family members or care professionals.

Occupational therapists are encouraged to visit Supra UK on stand O23 at OTAC Chester on the 6th of February.

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