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Recording Daily Activity Data

By regularly understanding the daily habits of the elderly, caregivers can compare changes in various aspects of their lives. This allows for a comprehensive assessment of the elderly's level of activity, emotional well-being, and physical health. It helps to determine if any changes in their life, family, or social relationships are affecting their overall well-being. With this knowledge, caregivers can then engage in appropriate communication and preventive measures.

Motion Sensor

Without the need for any wearable devices, caregivers can understand the daily home routines and activities of the elderly. For example, they can assess if the elderly have frequent bathroom visits, regularly use the kitchen, or spend long periods sitting in the living room. This information helps caregivers evaluate the overall lifestyle of the elderly and make informed decisions regarding their care.

Door Sensor

You can install sensors at the entrance to understand the elderly's daily outing habits. Additionally, sensors can be installed in specific locations such as the refrigerator, medicine cabinet, toilet door, or wardrobe to detect changes in behavior patterns. These sensors can record the frequency or duration of opening and closing, helping caregivers understand the elderly's behavioral patterns and activities.

Temperature Sensor

Caregivers can install sensors in the kitchen to understand the elderly's cooking habits, or in the bathroom to monitor their daily bathing time. Sensors can also be placed in the living room or bedroom, with the option to set up notifications for low indoor temperatures to identify potential health risks.

Bed Pad Sensor

Adequate sleep is a key factor in maintaining good health and quality of life. As individuals age, seniors may experience sleep disturbances due to pain or discomfort, which can create a vicious cycle in their daily lives. Bed sensors are designed to be soft and comfortable, unlike typical bed exit sensors. Caregivers can place them discreetly under the bedsheet to monitor important indicators such as sleep duration at night and during naps, as well as the frequency of nighttime awakenings. This information helps caregivers provide appropriate sleep support for the elderly.


The caregiver begins by installing the smart network hub in the living room and connecting it to the home broadband network. They then download the Assurelink HOME app on their smartphone and complete the registration process. Using the built-in scanner in the mobile app, they can scan the QR code located at the bottom of the smart network hub, enabling them to receive sensor signals 24/7.