Epilepsy Monitoring Services Provided by Epiview in the UK

All services are based on an initial 3-month contract that then renews on a monthly.

There is a one-off fee for our pre-configured camera & account set up.

If a smartwatch with a heart rate monitor (currently only Andriod watches and not supplied) is worn then a heart rate can also be monitored. This will help to detect the potential for SUDEP after a seizure. This is available FREE of charge with all of our monitoring services.

Outline of epilepsy alarm monitoring options from Epiview
Epilepsy Alarm Monitoring Options

In all cases, the customer is responsible for ensuring a stable internet connection where the camera is installed. If your location has poor connectivity or is prone to power cuts, we can provide you with a service that works using 4G mobile technology, and/or with an uninterrupted power supply (UPS) at an extra charge.

VAT will not be charged to customers declaring a medical exemption. If you are not sure if this applies please contact us and we will advise you.

New Epilepsy Alarm App features survey. Participate in Epiviews survey to help develop a world leading app for people living with epilepsy

Epilepsy Alarm APP (coming soon!)

FREE of charge to all users. If you would like to take part in our survey to help us develop visit our Epliepsy Alarm APP page.

One-off set up fee for all services

Applicable for all services there is a one off fee of £150 for our preconfigured camera & account set up.

4G & UPS packages POA 

(additional charges will apply if 4G needs to be used for connectivity)

How much is Epilepsy Seizure Monitoring By Epiview?

How much is Epilepsy Seizure Monitoring in a Care Home or Sheltered Accommodation?

How much is Epilepsy Seizure Monitoring by a family or support group?

£7 per hour per person

£1 per person per night

£1.25 per person per night

What’s included in the epilepsy monitoring service from Epiview?

What’s included in this epilepsy monitoring service for care homes or sheltered accommodation?

What’s included in this self/home epilepsy monitoring service?

From our HQ each video feed is monitored by 2 independent, agents supported by an epilepsy nurse. When a seizure is detected a call is placed to the nominated carers.

Seizures & biometric data is recorded that can be shared with your medical teams.

A single workstation/tablet is set up to monitor all of the video feeds within the organisation. The care staff are responsible for monitoring the feeds in the same way as our staff would. The care staff then alert the appropriate carers to provide assistance at the location, using their own communication systems.

Numerous feeds throughout the organisation can be remotely monitored from a single location.

Tablets (or internet-connected devices) are set up per registered user to monitor all of the video feeds within the family or support group. Then one device can connect to the video feeds being monitored, the device monitoring device changes on a planned scheduled rota.

The family or support group are responsible for contacting the appropriate carers in the event of a seizure.

Examples of families using our epilepsy monitoring.

If a single video feed needs to be monitored, registered users can login to monitor the feed. Only one device can monitor the video feed at a time. Parents, Grandparents & extended family if registered can share the role of monitoring.

Examples of support groups using our epilepsy monitoring.

If multiple video feeds need to be monitored, individual registered users can login to monitor the feed. Only one device can monitor the video feed at a time. The group is responsible for dealing with all aspects of scheduling a monitoring rota

If a single video feed needs to be monitored, registered users can login to monitor the feed. Only one device can monitor the video feed at a time.