Skil-Care Personal Alarm For Chair Or Bed

Skil-Care Personal Alarm For Chair Or Bed

Brand/Manufacturer: SKIL CARE CORP
  • FSA Approved

Skil-Care Personal Alarm For Chair Or Bed alerts caregivers when a resident/patient has left or fallen from the wheelchair or bed. This magnetically activated alarm permits the choice of a high or low sound alert. It is accompanied with Velcro bed attachment strip and a selector switch that permits the choice of high (85 dB) or low (70 dB) alarm volume.

Item # Desc Pkg Price
909211 Personal Alarm - One Size Each


  • Skil-Care Personal Alarm For Chair Or Bed includes:
    - Reliable multi-directional magnetic pull switch
    - Adjustable-length cord clips to residents clothing
    - Battery operated (batteries included)

More Information

  • Easy to Use:
    Wheelchair Installation

    - You may choose one of the following two methods to secure the alarm to the wheelchair.
    Mounting Bracket
    1. Remove the second-from-top screw from either side of the wheelchair backrest
    2. Remove grommet from screw, place screw through a hole in alarm mounting bracket, and refasten screw to a wheelchair.
    Cord Loop
    1. Insert enclosed cord loop through bracket hole.
    2. Hang from wheelchair push-handle.
    Wheelchair Use
    - Adjust cord to the desired length and attach to residents shirt or blouse. 
    Bed Installation and Use
    1. The personal alarm is attached to the headboard by means of Velcro strips Remove backing from one's strip and apply it to the back of the alarm.
    2. Peel backing from other Velcro strip and attach it to the upper left or right side of the headboard.
    3. Secure alarm to headboard and attach clip to residents pajamas
    4. Set alarm at high or low.
    Note: To extend battery life, always place switch in off€ position when the alarm is not in use.

  • Caution:
    1. The Personal Alarm is not a substitute for proper supervision. Fall-risk and wander-risk residents should be monitored regularly.
    2. Check battery each time alarm is used. This is done by setting alarm in high or low volume and remove the magnet. If the alarm is weak or fails to sound replace 9-volt battery. To access the battery, push down on battery compartment slide on side of alarm. Test alarm before use.
    3. LED should glow when the alarm is turned on (high or low)
    4. Periodically check clip to make certain it is attached to residents. Also, check to see if resident has not removed battery


6 Months Limited Warranty

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