What type of sensors will be installed? This will depend on the supported persons TECS assessment, their chosen lifestyle and their desired outcomes. We use a range of ‘best of breed’ sensors including but not exclusive to the following: Motion sensor to detect real-time movements in a room or zone. Contact sensor to detect open and closed events such as from doors or windows. Action button that is customised to be pushed at any time from the desired location. Occupancy sensor to see if a person is going to bed at the usual time or staying in bed during the night. Enuresis (incontinence) sensor suitable for a bed, pillowcases, chair, or wheelchair to detect moisture. Epilepsy bed monitor that detects tonic-clonic seizures. Smoke sensor that is a smoke detector and fire alarm in one. CO sensor that detects precise measurements of carbon monoxide. Flood sensor that detects a water leak or changes in temperatures. Tablet that can be used to communicate using video or voice calls to the person being supported.