Monitoring Service

Remote Support Services Tailored to Individual Needs and Abilities

The Assistive Technology Training Centers offers remote monitoring services and solutions to help individuals with disabilities maintain healthy and safe lives. Our services are specifically designed to help individuals with disabilities gain more independence and become less reliant on in-home caregivers.

How are remote monitoring supports provided?

Web-based remote supports offers customers and clients real-time interactive in-home support services. Each solution is specifically designed to support adults who have disabilities. Our goal is to improve the quality of their lives, address safety concerns, become happier and continue their unique journey to maintaining or gaining independence.

Our solutions may include the use of electronic sensors, speakers and microphones, smoke detectors, temperature detectors, personal emergency response systems, and much more. These devices link each individual’s home to remote caregivers who provide remote supported-living services.

Supporting Agencies and
Residential Providers

ATTC works with agencies serving individuals with disabilities to support these individuals to live more independently. Working with the provider, we perform an evaluation of the home to determine remote monitoring technology requirements. We can build and install the system.  We then provide remote monitoring supports.

Working with Family
Members and Guardians

ATTC works with family members and guardians charged with caring for individuals with disabilities to support these individuals to live more independently. We work closely with family members, guardians and the individual living with disabilities, promoting safety and security while creating opportunities to gain or maintain independence.

Common Use Examples

Assistive technologies with remote monitoring supports can be used in a number of different ways, including:

  • Replacing an on-site overnight caregiver to support with those “just in case” situations
  • Know the person doesn’t leave his or her home
  • Know only approved visitors are in the home; helping to prevent exploitation
  • Giving reminders for medication administration and making sure meds are taken as prescribed
  • Assisting the person in making safe choices
  • Coaching through activities of daily living like preparing meals or completing personal hygiene

Contact Us for More Information About an ATECH Assessment

Assistive Technology Lending Library

Success with assistive technology for each unique individual demands that the technology is tested in the natural living environment. The Assistive Technology Library lends a wide variety of devices to determine which works best to help individuals overcome their obstacles to greater independence.