Epi-Care Epilepsy Alarm

From: £1,195.00

Epi-Care is a unique wrist-worn epilepsy alert bracelet that detects tonic-clonic seizures. It is suitable for anyone over 10 years old.

  • Detects tonic-clonic seizures
  • Suitable for ages 10+
  • More reliable than bed-based solutions
  • Easy to use
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Infopager for EpiCARE epilepsy alarm
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Epi-Care is a unique wrist-worn sensor that detects tonic-clonic seizures. It has a discreet and modern design, which is unobtrusive for the user.

The lightweight sensor can be worn 24 hours a day and only needs an hour to charge. The advanced 3-axis accelerometer can detect convulsions and vibrations that occur during seizures. The intelligent gyroscope within the wristband can differentiate between a seizure and the movement of everyday activities.

With Epi-Care, safety is a top priority.

Choose a monitoring option to suit you

The option you choose determines how seizure alerts are handled.

Monitoring option Who is it for? Where can it be used? Price
Use with a mobile phone, included People aged 10+ who suffer from tonic-clonic seizures Anywhere (not restricted to home use). Includes GPS. £1,195
Use with a pager People aged 10+ who suffer from tonic-clonic seizures At home or in a care home setting £1,399

Send alerts to a mobile phone

With this option, the Epi-Care device wirelessly connects to the paired smartphone (included) via Bluetooth and sends data to the Epi-Care epilepsy app that comes pre-installed.

The app can then be set up to send alerts to any other mobile phone(s) which may not be close by. This means you can wear the alarm wherever you go.

The included handset must be within a range of
10-15m (30-50ft.) from the Epi-Care epilepsy alert bracelet for it to work effectively.

Included smartphone*

Motorola E6s mobile phone

If you choose the mobile package, we include a Motorola E6s smartphone with your epilepsy device which comes pre-installed with the Epi-Care epilepsy app and is already paired to your Epi-Care wrist sensor, ready to use.

This device cannot be used as a regular phone. All features (including calls, texts, web browsing, apps etc) are restricted.

*Please note: The smartphone requires a SIM card. This is not supplied and must be purchased separately.

Send alerts to a nearby pager

Infopager for EpiCARE epilepsy alarm

This option may be ideal for parents who sleep in another part of the house, or for carers who are not always in the same room as the patient.

With this option, the Epi-Care wirelessly connects to a pager that can be up to 100 meters away from the person who is wearing the epilepsy alert bracelet.

If a seizure occurs, the Epi-Care will alert the pager so that parents or carers can provide immediate intervention.

Appropriate for a care home setting

When used in a care home environment, you can connect multiple epilepsy sensors to one pager.

The pager’s on-screen notification will inform you which wrist sensor is activated so you can locate the patient quickly.

FAQs

What is the Epi-Care system, and how does it assist individuals with epilepsy?

The Epi-Care system is an advanced epilepsy monitoring and alert system designed to help individuals manage their condition effectively.

It combines wearable devices, mobile apps, and cloud-based monitoring to provide comprehensive seizure detection, data analysis, and caregiver notification.

The advanced 3-axis accelerometer can detect convulsions and vibrations that occur during seizures. The intelligent gyroscope within the wristband can differentiate between a seizure and the movement of everyday activities.

How long does the battery on the bracelet last?

The battery on the bracelet lasts 23 hours and takes 1 hour to charge.

Remember to keep the included smartphone charged as well.

What types of seizure will the Epi-Care detect?

The Epi-Care will detect tonic clonic seizures via its 3-dimensional accelerometer.

Is the sensor waterproof?

The sensor has a level of waterproof protection (IP37), meaning users can wear it whenever they wash hands or take a shower.

What range does the sensor have?

With the mobile version, the Epi-Care sensor must be within a range of up to 20 metres of the included smartphone.

The pager has a range of up to 100 metres from the Epi-Free device. This is the control unit which should be set up in the device user's bedroom.

What happens when you are out of range?

With the mobile version, the epilepsy sensor will send an alert via your Epi-Care app as well as informing you if the battery is low or the signal is interrupted.

With the pager version, the epilepsy sensor will alert you when you are out of range from the control unit as well as informing you if the battery is low or the signal is interrupted.

Are seizures logged?

With the mobile version, the app logs each incident allowing you to keep a seizure journal and easily share this with doctors or physicians.

With the pager version, the control unit logs each incident allowing you to easily keep a seizure journal.

Save 20% with VAT Exemption

If you or the person you are purchasing for has epilepsy, or another long-term medical condition, then you do not need to pay VAT for our products. For most of our customers, that’s a 20% saving!

Please note, all prices shown on our website already exclude VAT.

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Pay later with no interest and no fees.*

We understand that not everyone can afford to buy an epilepsy alarm in one go, so we’ve introduced an easier way to pay.

With Pay in 3 from PayPal, you can spread the cost of your purchase into 3 interest-free instalments.


* Pay in 3 is a form of credit, so carefully consider whether the purchase is affordable and how you will make the repayments. Be aware of the possible impact of using Pay in 3 and of missing payments, including making other borrowing more difficult or more expensive.

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Proudly supporting Young Epilepsy

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In our mission to raise awareness of technology that can help those living with epilepsy to live better lives, we are incredibly proud to be supporting the esteemed UK charity, Young Epilepsy.

When you purchase a device from Epilepsy Alarms UK, you are also supporting Young Epilepsy.


Young Epilepsy is the operating name of The National Centre for Young People with Epilepsy Charitable Trust. Registered Charity number 311877 (England and Wales)

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