Discover more about our Nutrix Replacement Sensor Mat
Designed for use with Nutrix alarms This choice of bed and chair mats are designed for use with our range of high quality care alarms, as shown below. Each mat is designed to be hard wearing yet comortable in use.
Nurse Alert The Nurse Alert is ideal for patients with a history of switching their alarm off, as the ability to arm, disarm and reset the alarm has been removed from the local unit. These functions are instead controlled by a remote fob that can be kept by the carer.
Voice Alert The Voice Alert allows the carer to record a few simple instructions in a voice familiar to the patient. This friendly prompt reduces anxiety and confusion and is often sufficient to engage the patient, allowing the carer time to attend.
Wireless Alert The Wireless Alert allows you to care for a patient or loved one while dealing with matters elsewhere in the building. The unobtrusive portable pager offers both audio and vibration alarm to ensure you never miss an alert.
Information on VAT Relief for the disabled
What is VAT Relief for the disabled?
VAT Relief for the disabled is a government scheme that allows the zero-rating of goods if certain conditions are met.
Simply put, if the criteria below are satisfied we will not charge you VAT on some of the products available on our website.
What conditions do I (the customer) have to meet?
You (or the individual you are purchasing the goods for) must meet the following criteria
You are chronically sick or disabled and
You are buying the products for your own personal or domestic use
You can purchase goods and claim VAT relief on behalf of another person, but we will require some personal information (of the individual you are buying for) at checkout.
What qualifies as being "chronically sick or disabled"?
The following qualifies as being chronically sick or disabled:
You have a physical or mental impairment which has a long-term and substantial adverse effect upon your ability to carry out everyday activities
You have a condition that the medical profession treats as a chronic sickness, such as diabetes or Alzheimer's disease
You have a terminal illness
Common examples of chronic disabilities include (but are not limited to); Alzheimer's, any form of dementia, Parkinson's, arthritis, blindness, deafness, physical disability.
Temporary disabilities such as broken bones, or even postoperative confusion, are not classed as chronic disabilities or impairments.
If you are in any doubt regarding your (or the person you're purchasing for) condition, please ask your GP whether it is a chronic...