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Touch-free Life Care (TLC)

Turning your bed into a smart bed.

The TLC sensor mat is an innovative and modern system which, when placed under any bed mattress, continuously detects heart rate, breathing rate, motion, and presence. This system continuously transmits data seamlessly to the TLC cloud-based platform. It enables caregivers to receive, direct to their PC or mobile devices, health data and alerts about their clients in care.

Using the TLC System, healthcare professionals and caregivers, while performing their other daily duties, can monitor a group of clients continuously. They can also review long term trend data for sleep patterns, resting heart and breathing rate, and sleep quality, to identify adverse changes in health for early intervention.

The TLC Sensor Mat has various applications or functions that can lead to better care. The Position Change Application and Interactive Falls solutions are vital to the process of care, especially when pressure ulcers and falls have become major cost reduction targets for the NHS and Social Care.


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Pressure Management

The TLC Position Change application enables caregivers to record position changes, see the duration since the last position change, and receive automated reminders for the next position change. All position changes are recorded to ensure compliance with the care plan protocol.

Falls Prevention

Track in and out of bed events and provide immediate alerts to caregivers, so that caregivers can provide assistance and reduce falls.

Sleep Analysis

Monitor nightly sleep quality by comparing sleep duration, restlessness, nightly heart rate and breathing rate to long-term trends and medical standards.

Benefits of using the Position Change Application

Changing position in a periodic and timely manner can reduce the risk of pressure ulcers and damage to skin tissues. The TLC System is a solution to this challenge. The TLC system can be utilised as part of a Quality Improvement Initiative for quality of care through evidence based practice.


The Benefits:

  • Records and manages clients’ change activity, live and continuously.

  • Creates automated, detailed, and easy to understand data, giving caregivers easy monitoring of up to 60 clients at a time under one system.

  • Helps to track the time of last position change, and the duration since the client was last turned. With this information, the application generates alerts 15 minutes before the next change is due.

  • Carers can also record direction of position change, and create an automated log, which will validate that appropriate turns have been carried out.

  • Since the information is stored within a cloud based system, it helps carers access and monitor their clients from anywhere through a PC or a mobile device via their secure login.

  • Helps clients get timely attention from caregivers with respect to movement and position change thus reducing the risk of pressure ulcers.

Benefits of using the Interactive Falls Prevention Solution

The ability to track out of bed excursions allows caregivers to assist their clients during and after bed exits, hence reducing the risk of falls. TLC Interactive Falls Prevention Solution provides caregivers with instant alerts, on their PC or mobile device, of their clients’ activities. The TLC system can be utilised as a workforce development and care planning tool.


The Benefits:

  • Shows in and out of bed status, client movement and position, duration of time spent in or out of bed, heart rate, and respiration rate. The movement bar shows 10 second increments with warnings of increased motion preceding a bed exit.

  • These functions and trend patterns help in proactive planning of intervention by the caregiver before the bed exit occurs.

  •  Allows the monitoring of multiple beds at a glance.

  • The home screen automatically moves alerts and notifications to the top of the page, and brings to the carer’s notice clients that might need assistance, thus allowing the carer to assess and assist clients on a needs basis.

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