Provide the Best Care to Your Patients
As an Audiologist, you always want to provide the best care you can to your patients. 31.5 million Americans have a hearing difficulty. By recommending the SafeAwake as a smoke alarm aid to your patients who are deaf or have varying levels of hearing loss, you are providing them with the best standard of care nationwide.
Hearing aid users are at a disadvantage when it comes to waking effectiveness in a fire emergency. If your patient removes or turns down their hearing aids to sleep, they lose their high frequency hearing. Conventional smoke alarms operate at a high frequency of 3,100 Hz. The SafeAwake smoke alarm aid emits a low frequency (520 Hz), high decibel, square wave sounding alarm and an intermittent tactile signal to a bed shaker located between the mattress and bed springs at chest height. These alternative fire emergency notification means provide two additional degrees of safety notification to the patient while they sleep.
1. Indicator light tells user device is active
1. Fastest sound reception on the market by 15 seconds
Simplicity - Simply plug into any bedside outlet and sit the SafeAwake on a bedside table or hang on the wall. The bed shaker fits directly under the mattress. Click here to view our instructional video.