Address: 18600 Highwoods Preserve Parkway, Tampa, Florida 33647

Innovative Monitoring

System Features

Bed Exit Sensor

A bed Exit Sensor can detect when a resident fails to return to bed within a safe time period. This allows caregivers to check for falls or assist frail residents who have left their bed.

Incontinence Sensors

Incontinence Sensors in the bed alert caregivers immediately when a resident has been incontinent. Should incontinence occur at the same time every night, the Vigil software will record this, allowing staff to toilet the resident and hopefully eliminate the incontinence episodes.

Motion Sensors

Motion Sensors detect wandering behaviors and track patterns with a complete call history log to help with care planning.

Why is silent paging better?

We use the Vigil system to help maintain as calm and home-like environment as possible. The unobtrusive sensors and silent paging remove the need for audible alarms or flashing lights that would agitate anyone with or without memory issues. By providing unobtrusive monitoring without the noise and institutional feel inherent in many nurse call technologies, the Vigil System allows your loved one’s new home to be just that, a home.

image of elderly woman stretching in the morning at The Legacy at Highwoods Preserve memory care community

Why doesn’t everyone have the Vigil System?

Given all of the benefits that the Vigil System provides you may be wondering why doesn’t every community have it. Vigil is an expensive system that needs to be installed when a building is constructed. It is actually hardwired into the walls as opposed to other less reliable wireless options. It also requires comprehensive training throughout the entire community and a level of greater sophistication across our entire staff.