The positioning of residents is important for their well-being and to prevent prolonged pressure on one side. Since this can only happen at routine intervals due to time constraints, problems arise with regard to position management, which could actually be avoided: First, the resident is disturbed by the check even if they have already changed position on their own. In addition, the resident might return to the previous position shortly after being positioned by the caregiver. In this case, the resident continues to lie on the side they had been on already for hours.
AssistMe supports the prevention of pressure ulcers. An automatic notification that the resident has not changed position within a defined interval is sent to the caregiver and helps them in the decision-making process. This allows position management to be implemented efficiently and in a less disruptive way for the resident. Not only does this save time but also gives autonomy and quality of life back to the resident.