This week we are celebrating 25 years since we launched our first version of our Companion product and the start of our journey of product innovation through to our full range of alarms and monitoring solutions that we have today. We are also celebrating the life of our founder David Godfrey who sadly passed away at this time last year.

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The Best SUDEP Awareness Advice?

Bring it out of the shadows.

As part of SUDEP Awareness Day on 23rd October our team is on a mission to raise as much SUDEP Awareness and supporting those living with epilepsy. We?ve dedicated this month?s blog and social media content to raising SUDEP Awareness and encourage as much online conversation about it as possible.?So please SHARE this onwards to help educate the world with us!

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The Companion Mini from Alert-iT

We are delighted to announce the launch of our brand new epilepsy support monitor, the Companion Mini. For months the team at Alert-iT have been working hard to design and manufacture this digital support monitor and we are thrilled to finally share it with you. ????????????????

Part of our Ep-iT range of epilepsy support monitors, the Companion Mini possess high performance sensors enabling the detection of associated seizure movements to inform an individual or carer via the pager. Read on for more information about the first digital monitor of its kind:

The Companion Mini

The first of its kind the Companion Mini is a fully digital design encompassing high performance sensors. Thanks to this foremost feature the user is free from the tangles of traditional wires and consequently enables you to transport the monitor with ease when the occasion may arise.

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Alert-it at Naidex 2015Earlier this month the Alert-it team headed to Birmingham for the annual Naidex Exhibition. The three day event is said to be the largest disability, rehabilitation and homecare event of its kind in the country.

Not only was the event a great success as a whole but the team managed to speak to hundreds of individuals and offer sound advice with regards to monitors and alarms for varying situations whether you have epilepsy, dementia or are at risk of falls for example.

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