This festive season won’t be typical for anyone, but for those carers looking after someone with Epilepsy, it could be one of the most challenging months of this year yet. Covid has brought many social rules and fears, and you, as a carer might be feeling even more isolated, alone and stressed than any other…Details
As anyone with, or a carer to someone with, epilepsy may know, one of the first warning signs of a seizure can be heart rate change. The Pulse Companion is a discreet, comfortable, heart variant monitor which sounds an alarm on the linked pager when there is a heart rate change outside of your chosen…Details
In The Beginning The twisting path that lead to the development of a sophisticated range of support monitors supplied by Alert-iT began in 1992. At the time, company founder David Godfrey volunteered for REMAP, a fantastic charity network that creates custom-made equipment to help disabled people achieve more independence. A local mum in Hinckley (Leicestershire)…Details
Here at Alert-iT we have a full team of engineers all working on the latest tech solutions to solve the needs of our customers. The process of innovation never stops and we are always on the look-out for new ways to create products that make a difference in the world. Sometimes we need to work…Details
Not so long ago we were approached by a radio agency called On Air Media. They asked if we’d be interested in an interview talking about epilepsy and epilepsy support technology. Of course we were! So back in May, Tom Mears and Tony Bullar from Alert-iT made the journey down to London…Details
With great sorrow, we must announce the passing of David Godfrey, founder of Alert-iT Care alarms. After a short illness, David died at home on the 16th of September with his family by his side. All here at Alert-iT extend our most sincere condolences to Janet his wife, and daughters Kathryn, Clare, and Ruth. From…Details
Alert-iT’s assistive medical technology products will soon be found in private dwellings and care homes across Norway.
It has been a pretty fast paced start to the year here at Alert-iT and it’s hard to believe that it is already February. But despite the days running by you may remember that throughout December we ran yet another Epilepsy Awareness Campaign which aimed to inform you, whether you have epilepsy or care for…Details