How to improve homecare for dementia patients.

With the rise of aging population, home care has become a vital aspect of healthcare. Home care helps patients recover from illness or injury in the comfort of their own homes. Dementia is one of the most common chronic conditions affecting elderly individuals and can lead to a decline in their physical and mental abilities, making home care challenging for both patients and caregivers.
However, with the advancements in technology, particularly the Internet of Things (IoT), home care for elderly individuals can be improved. OBJECTSconnected is one of the companies that are leading the way in this field, developing IoT devices and platforms that can help improve the quality of life for elderly individuals.


Dementia patients can often wander away from their homes or caregivers, putting them in danger of getting lost or hurt. IoT-enabled devices, such as GPS tracking systems, can help track and locate these individuals and alert caregivers or family members if they leave a designated area.

Kitchen hazards

Cooking can be dangerous for dementia patients, particularly if they forget to turn off the stove or oven. IoT technology can help prevent accidents by detecting when the stove or oven is left on for too long and automatically turning it off.


Falls are a common risk for dementia patients, and IoT technology can help detect and prevent them. Sensors can be placed around the home to detect when someone has fallen and alert caregivers or emergency services. Smart lighting systems can also help reduce the risk of falls by automatically adjusting the lighting in different areas of the home.

Medication errors

Taking medication correctly can be a challenge for those with dementia. IoT-enabled medication dispensers can be programmed to dispense the correct dosage at the right time and can send alerts to caregivers or family members if a dose is missed.
Overall, technology has the potential to revolutionize home care for dementia patients and improve their safety and well-being. Objectsconnected is at the forefront of this technological revolution and has the expertise to help families and caregivers provide the best possible care for their loved ones with dementia
One of the biggest challenges in home care for dementia patients is keeping track of their daily activities and ensuring they are taking their medication on time. We have developed IoT devices, such as sensors and wearables, that can monitor the movements of elderly individuals and remind them to take their medication at the appropriate time.

These sensors can also be used to monitor the environment in the patient's home, ensuring that the temperature is comfortable and that there are no safety hazards, such as open windows or unlit areas.
In addition to sensors, OBJECTSconnected  has developed a platform that can collect and analyze data from these sensors.

This data can be used to create a personalized care plan for each patient, taking into account their individual needs and preferences. This care plan can be shared with caregivers, allowing them to provide more effective and efficient care to their patients.

Our platform also includes a feature that allows caregivers to monitor the patient's health remotely. This feature enables caregivers to track vital signs such as heart rate, blood pressure, and oxygen saturation, allowing them to respond quickly if any issues arise.
Moreover, we offers a voice-activated assistant that can help patients with dementia remember daily tasks and appointments. This assistant can also be used to play music or audiobooks, helping to improve the patient's mood and mental state.

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