SAI to Offer New System to Dealers

Telemetry Systems Inc. (TSI), Sarasota, Fla., a systems integrator and provider of home and business security solutions, was named a national master stocking distributor for QuietCare. TSI will distribute the monitoring system for seniors and other at-risk individuals made by Living Independently Group Inc., New York.

TSI, through its established partnership with Security Associates International Inc. (SAI), Arlington Heights, Ill., will make the QuietCare system and monitoring services available to SAI’s nationwide safety and security dealer network. Once certified through TSI and Living Independently Group, SAI-affiliated dealers will provide local sales, installation and maintenance services for the QuietCare system. SAI is a provider of monitoring and security services for independent alarm dealers.

Placed throughout the home, QuietCare’s wireless sensors monitor seniors’ patterns of daily activity, and when changes in key behaviors and movements are detected, the system issues alerts to the caregiver. QuietCare alerts can indicate developing health problems or emergencies. The system monitors when seniors awaken, potential bathroom falls, medication handling, meal preparation, overall activity and dangerously high or low home temperatures — without the use of cameras or audio equipment.

For more information, visit www.telemetrysystems.com, www.quietcaresystems.com or www.sai-inc.com.

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