SUDEP, what are the risks and is there anything you can do about it?

My name is Asmund Tielens and I am the founder and CTO of LivAssured (manufacturer of the NightWatch). My wife and I have three children: a daughter and two sons. In the blog below, I talk about my views of SUDEP (Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy). When it comes to...

Stichting Philadelphia Zorg receives the 500th NightWatch!

On behalf of Stichting Philadelphia Zorg, the team at the Westerhof site in Vlissingen (a facility for older people with a mental handicap) received the 500th “NightWatch” night-time epilepsy detection system from Jeroen van den Hout of LivAssured, surrounded by a...

NightWatch and our day and residential care facility

Stupid monster, yes, that’s what you are, epilepsy. Our boys suffer a lot because of you; you come and go. You are in their head, their body, their emotions, and their behaviour. Without you, they are pure, cool, naughty and themselves. But because of you, and against...

Connecting NightWatch to a Smart Alarm Software Platform

A unique example of how NightWatch works within care facility Careander due to the brand-independent platform of IQ Messenger. NightWatch is now being used by many care facilities in the Netherlands. The system helps detect potentially dangerous (clinically urgent)...

Keith talks about his son Thomas who has Dravet Syndrome

Our son, Thomas, is now 20 years old and lives with me and his mum Sarah. His older sister, Kate, lives in her own rented house and works for an estate agent. I gave up work as a service engineer about three years ago to be more available as a carer for Thomas. His...