Assisted Living Upgrades: How CYRN Panic Button Can Empower Your Employees

CYRN Panic Button Assisted LivingAssisted living facilities are the home to around one million senior adults across the country.  According to the U.S. Census Bureau, by 2030, all baby boomers will be older than age 65. This will expand the size of the older population so that 1 in every 5 residents will be retirement age. These statistics reflect the ever increasing necessity for assisted living care.

As an assisted living facility executive director or administrator, it is your job to ensure all residents, especially as your population rises, are happy, safe and well taken care of. But what about your dedicated employees? As one can imagine, healthcare workers face innumerable challenges in their work day as they care for many seniors with different types of needs in varying degrees of intensity.

With demand increasing for top quality staff to care for the growing number of seniors, why not make your facility stand out to potential employees with CYRN. By providing your staff with a layer of safety, you’ll demonstrate that your facility cares and is dynamic by investing in resources for both its residents and its staff’s safety alike.

The Wearable Panic Button

CYRN panic buttonThe CYRN (pronounced sīrən) SOS button is a professional emergency help button which is ideal for healthcare workers, hospitality teams, campus environments, field employees, lone workers, dangerous and hazardous professions, and all workers on the go. At the size of a quarter, CYRN can be carried discreetly in a pocket or a bag, worn on the wrist, on a keycard, or around the neck as a pendant.

You might wonder whether you can simply rely on the technology you already have, such as solely a smartphone to call for help if an emergency arises. Probably not, experts say. That’s because it’s unlikely that you have your smartphone in your hand all the time, says Mindy Renfro, Ph.D., D.P.T., an associate professor in the school of physical therapy at Touro University Nevada in Henderson. It’s easy to get up from a chair and leave it there. “If you don’t have an emergency response system on your body that is going to stay on your body, you’re at risk,” she says.

The SOS Alert App

CYRN is a wearable device that uses Bluetooth® technology in association with a mobile app on Android or iOS, to emergency alert text messages with GPS location from a smartphone. Bluetooth 4.0 allows for a range of up to 75 feet indoors and up to 300 feet outdoors between the CYRN and smartphone, providing your employees with both added safety and mobility.

CYRN ensures that your team members will get help fast if in trouble, even when their phone screens are locked or out of reach. At the press of a button, your employee will trigger their cell phone to alert emergency staff, safety teams, and send a text message for help, which includes their GPS location.

The Benefits of CYRN To Your Staff

CYRN Panic Button Assisted Living LINXHigher Morale and Peace of Mind

Boost staff morale and lower workplace anxiety with CYRN wearable panic button that can be discreetly affixed behind an ID badge and quickly engaged to initiate a request for help.

Accelerated Response and Better Job Performance

Increase response times with CYRN’s GPS technology and powerful software that lets you know who’s in trouble, when and where all in real time to getting help where it needs to go without losing valuable time.

Helping Your Staff Get The Job Done

Most panic buttons on the market are geared toward senior residents and their potential for serious emergencies or falls. CYRN is built for the mobile worker, who faces unique emergency and non-emergency situations in a dynamic environment to help them address their work issues more confidently and efficiently.

Whether it’s a resident falling ill during an activity, an unauthorized person roaming your facility, or a maintenance issue like a sink that’s sprung a leak, CYRN makes help just one click away. Request your CYRN SOS Panic Button demo today.

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