IT Initiatives worked continuously and diligently with our team members at Fellowship Senior Living and provided strategic technology planning, expertise, and advice that has helped us provide advanced services and exemplary care for all those we care for and serve. IT Initiative also went above and beyond to address any concerns from our team members and from the seniors we serve. They are a professional team with heart and we would highly recommend them.
Areas Of Focus
The proper design, specification and project management of a fully integrated system is the most important element of a sound technology and always results in the increased safety and security of your senior residents.
A fully integrated technology system includes many senior-specific components. State of the art audio/visual capabilities, such as high-definition television and digital signage, provide residents with both entertainment and information in all living spaces and meeting areas. Integrated access control, video surveillance and intrusion detection monitors significantly contribute to the security of seniors.
New advanced Resident Monitoring systems featuring integrated nurse call, emergency call, fall management, wander management and resident location components make residents safe and provide timely resolution of necessary healthcare procedures.
The ease of collecting residents’ electronic medical records – including electronic charting, eMAR, eTAR, fund management and asset management – contributes to the overall integration of a well-designed technology system.
Many of IT Initiatives senior technology designs have applications for general hospital use. Video surveillance and intrusion detection monitors can be installed in designated areas, such as medication rooms or stairwells to limit and monitor entry, while an integrated access control system helps keep both staff and patients safe. The ease of collecting residents’ electronic medical records – including electronic charting, eMAR, eTAR, fund management and asset management – contributes to the overall integration of a well-designed technology system for hospitals and senior care facilities.
IT Initiatives designs state-of-the-art technologies that respectfully complement any worship space.
Projection system display images on walls treated with special surfaces so that there are no visible projection screens or display monitors hung on the walls. In addition, monitors can be used as digital signage to display announcements and activities. Additional monitors can be installed in areas and provide video and audio delivery of worship services to an overflow crowd on holy days.
Music is also featured as an integral part of an audio/visual system. It can be live, or pre-recorded from a variety of available sources, downloaded and subsequently played back through the Audio/Visual system. Web based music content can also be played as background music in specific area of your facility, or throughout based on your setting requirements.
Physical security systems enable administrators to remotely lock and unlock doors as well as set schedules for automatic locking and unlocking. The system also provides access control by issuing electronic key tags to authorized users. Facility entry can be controlled for specific groups by specific day and time. Surveillance cameras are strategically placed throughout the building to providing an extra level of security now necessary in many worship spaces.
Cutting edge design and planning has guided the growth of technology in religious applications of everyday life.
The safety and security of children is foremost in the minds of everyone today.
There has always been a technology component involved in the distribution of knowledge. Educating children is one of the most important ways technology can play an active role in this distribution process. IT Initiatives works to improve your school while advancing the safety and security of your children.
A state-of-the art technology system will protect any school’s campus while contributing to the advancement of learning. Elements of a well-designed and planned technology system for academic institutions include the incorporation of wireless PC’s for student participation and increased involvement. Interactive audio/visual technologies allow teachers to incorporate information for students from a wealth of resources. A library can be computerized for ease of use and maintenance of records and sophisticated audio/visual components can increase actual physical informational space by creating multi-use rooms such as a combined auditorium and gymnasium.
An unobtrusive video surveillance system will provide 24-hour facility monitoring and a card or key tag controlled access system controls visitors in addition to limiting available areas to individual or groups.