For many, it is an essential retirement component that there be the availability of adequate transportation that can enable older persons to live independently in their communities.
The availability of this transportation can help those seniors prevent a feeling of isolation and the possible need for long-term care placement.
This is compounded by the fact many older people, who do not drive, must rely on family and friends to provide much of the transportation. Others find it necessary to find community resources to provide transportation, as this vital support service may be their only connection to the outside world and a mental health buffer to prevent the depression of isolation in their twilight years.
For decades vehicle video cameras have been used in the following applications:
- Students With Disabilities & Special Needs Transportation Video Camera
- Private Service Contractor Charter Transport Compliance Bus Camera System
- Forklift HD Industrial Operator Safety Camera System
- 5th Wheel King Pin Trailer CS1 Spotter Yard Mule Camera
- Non-Emergency Medical Transport In-Vehicle Surveillance
The mobile video vehicle camera surveillance system incorporated in these applications is similar in components to those found in the Students With Disabilities & Special Needs Transportation Video Camera systems used in public or private school district bus fleets
as well as the Paratransit Driver Safety Video Camera Surveillance Systems as they all must surveil similar high-risk zones including:
Passenger compartment zone
Entry door of vehicle zone
Driver actions while driving the vehicle
Wheelchair Lift zone
Whether it is a Nursing Home, Adult Assisted Living or Altimeters living facility, transportation for Seniors is crucial to ensure access to essential services such as medical care and grocery shopping.
Elderly Day Care Shuttle & Assisted Living Transportation Vehicle Video Cameras can offer a way to lower the risks associated with Senior shuttles.
Under the broad category of Conditional Perceptions, we have found it is beneficial when addressing passenger complaints of transportation issues can have multiple facets that can be addressed by the ability to playback the event or video files.
Because a large number of elderly Americans are on several different potentially mind-altering prescription medications, there are going to be interactions with medications as well as known side effects that may make it difficult for the senior to see things as they are as some of the medications may alter the clarity of their perceptions as to what is happening or what has happened in the past.
This is a common issue with Special Needs Wheelchair School Bus Video Surveillance Systems as some children are now on medication that disorients them.
One example of how this vehicle video camera system technology offered a solution was realized in law enforcement applications when dealing with those on drugs or under the influence, when they made accusations of mistreatment by the officers only to later have the Police Patrol Wagon Suspect, Prisoner & Inmate in-Custody Transport Cameras prove they were not mistreated and it was a perceptional issue relating to their intoxication or drug use.
A similar example of the problems with “Conditional Perceptions” was in the United Kingdom, there was a clear example of this when a constable was sitting in his car with a prisoner in the back seat who threatened to get the officer in trouble, while the officer was filling out his report.
The drunk prisoner started slamming his face into the plexiglass barrier between the front and back seat telling the officer who was telling him to stop that he would claim he had been beaten up while cuffed, getting the officer suspended.
The officer continued to fill out the report for 5 more minutes with the drunk smashing his face into the plexiglass over and over, now with blood gushing from his nose and mouth. It was then the officer pointed to the Police Patrol Wagon Suspect, Prisoner & Inmate in-Custody Transport Camera the police use to record what goes on in the car and the drunk realized his entire attempt at blackmail was now recorded and evidence, he had just threatened an officer with false charges and had committed 2 additional crimes in the process.
Casino Customer Shuttle Bus Video Surveillance Safety Cameras are employed on luxury tour buses that pickup casino customers in town, and drop them off when they leave the casino, so the customers who are offered free drinks all night long do not get into a car and cause an accident while intoxicated. When sober the passengers are polite and happy on the way to the casino, but many hours and many more free drinks later they are mostly broke, disgruntled, and broke and blame the same casino that provided their free ride to and from.
Typically the ride back home from the casino is diametrically different from the happy polite ride to the casino. They blame the casino for all their bad choices for the night that has left them broke. In this angry alcohol-fueled rage they often smash windows on the $200,000 luxury bus, slash leather seats, get into fights with other passengers, and all of that is captured on the Casino Customer Shuttle Bus Video Surveillance Safety Cameras, which coincidentally often leads those unruly angry drunk passengers to be taken into custody and transported by law enforcement in vehicles that employ our Police Patrol Wagon Suspect, Prisoner & Inmate in-Custody Transport Camera systems.
Elderly Day Care Shuttle & Assisted Living Transportation Vehicle Video Cameras are a way to reduce the inherent liability risks associated with the availability of adequate transportation enables older persons to live independently in their communities, help to prevent isolation and the possible need for long-term care placement. Many older people, who do not drive, must rely on family and friends to provide much of the transportation. But for others, it is necessary to find community resources to provide transportation, as this vital support service may be their only connection to the outside world. Low-cost Mobile Video Vehicle Surveillance Recorders can offer a low-cost solution for high-risk vehicle transports of those who might suffer or experience “Conditional Perceptions” from advanced mental declines or pharmaceutical medications they may be taking.
The same systems that offer Industrial Grade Vehicle Video Camera passenger Observation, long term reliability, and management risk surveillance and documentation in the form of expert witness digital evidence capture can protect those who work with, transport, and often handle or assist those who may not see things clearly as they happen. Whether you are seeking cameras for school buses or to record the transportation of elderly adults the solutions are very similar and low cost.