COPE Foundation is a not-for-profit voluntary organisation which supports approximately 2000 people with intellectual disabilities and/or autism throughout Cork City and county in Ireland.
Cope Foundation employed David Doyle Electrical Ltd, to complete the electrical installation work associated their new flagship assistive technology development in Wilton in Cork.
The development consists for 8 No individual apartments and associated offices within a single complex. The development was designed to specifically to cater for its residents.
DDEL Services included:
- Fire Alarm
- Intruder Alarm
- Access Control
- Emergency Lighting
- External Lighting
- Assistive Technology System.
Led lighting has been installed throughout the development.
The assistive Technology system installed by DDEL comprised of but is not limited to the following, Reach Plus Unit with GSM for each Apartment
Altec Response Unit (Local Response Unit), PIR Movement Detectors, Ambient Temperature Monitors, Touch Pendants, Big Button Switches, Advanced Pill Dispensers, Chair Sensors, Sensor Controllers, Heat Detectors, Door Contacts (Client Wander Alarm), Flood Detectors, Carbon Monoxide Detectors, Wrist Worn Falls Detectors, Cooker Guards, Ceiling Pull Cord Switches, Bed Sensors, Sensor Controllers, Enuresis Sensor with Cotton Sheets, Air Activated Switches, Precision Weight Scales, Bogus Caller/Panic Button , Entry/Exit Alarm, Door Contacts & Isolation, Alert-it Companion – Epilepsy Monitor, Blood Pressure Monitor, Blood Pressure Lead, Pulse Oximeter Sensor, Telehealth Interface Units, Mobile Phone with Big Buttons, Location Tracker GPS Phone, Helpful Reminder Calendar Clock.