UMPS Health is a smart home device that supports you to live safely in your own home.
'Smart' plugs fit between any appliance and the power point and are used to detect usage i.e. your kettle, fridge, bedside lamp etc.
The system learns from your daily habits and if something changes (i.e. you don't boil the kettle or turn off your bedside lamp), the system is designed to contact your family or care provider so they can send support.
UMPS is a really simple and non-invasive system - you don't need to wear a pendant or press a button for the system to work.
It can be installed in about 10 minutes, by anyone.
Personalised and private, UMPS is ideal for people who live alone and provides peace of mind for both them and their family. There are no lock-in contracts so you can stop using UMPS Health at any time if it's not right for you.
Please call our friendly Customer Service Team on 1300 578 478 to find out how UMPS can help you or a loved one.
Worried about falling ?
Come along to the FREE Stepping On falls prevention program
Stepping On is an exciting initiative of the NSW Department of Health, presented by Adssi In-home Support. This free program is designed for older people who are living independently in the community at home and who have fallen or are fearful of falling. Participation in Stepping On gives older people the confidence to undertake their everyday activities more safely and independently, to reduce their risk of falling.
Coordinator Fay Huckstepp said participants will learn exercises to improve strength and balance and practical ways to reduce the risk of falling. “The program is run over 7 weeks so it’s also a great way to meet a new group of people”, she explained.
NEXT FREE 7 WEEK PROGRAM STARTS THURSDAY 5 MARCH 2020
- THURSDAY 5 MARCH – THURSDAY 23 APRIL
- 10.30AM – 12.30PM
- Wagstaffe Community Hall, 55 Wagstaffe Avenue, Wagstaffe
Registration is essential - please call 1300 578 478
Participants must meet certain criteria including:
- 65 years and older and living at home
- Able to walk independently or with a walking stick
- Fearful of falling or has fallen recently
- This program is not suitable for people with dementia or neuromuscular conditions
Facts About Falls:
- 1 in 3 people aged 65 years and over fall each year
- Falls are the leading cause of hospital admissions for trauma and deaths of older people
- 35% of people who fall become less active
- Falls can reduce mobility and independence
- Remaining active can prevent you from falling
Get 'Active @ Adssi'
Haven’t exercised in a while? Do you know you need to but think you can’t manage?
'Active @ Adssi' is a low-to-moderate intensity exercise program, which is designed to be safe for people with stable long term health conditions such as cardiovascular disease, diabetes, arthritis, osteoporosis and obesity.
Our qualified Exercise Physiologist Anna will show you how to enjoy exercise which won’t strain your body.
We all know that regular physical activity is good for our health. But you don't have to exercise at a vigorous level to achieve health benefits. This class is suitable if you haven’t exercised in a while.
- Wednesdays - 10.30am - 11.30am
- Adssi, 3a Pioneer Avenue, Tuggerah
- Free parking available
- Air conditioned room
- Free morning tea
- Cost $7 / class
- To register please call our customer service team on 1300 578 478.
NEED A BREAK? Enjoy a getaway with us!
Throughout the year we run respite getaways on the beautiful Central Coast. You can enjoy the beautiful surrounds, comfortable and accessible accommodation and fantastic food!
Getaways are for 3 nights and 4 days and are available for people living with dementia and their carers, as well as frail aged.
Getaways can include information sessions, technology sessions (bring your iPad or smartphone) live entertainment, games, gentle exercise, lunch outings, lots of fun and relaxation too.
Please call Amanda for 2020 Getaway Dates
If you'd like to know more about government subsidies, or register for one of these fantastic and affordable getaways, please ring 1300 578 478.