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For Councils

Help individuals live independently for longer

Supporting independent living

Reduce demands on care systems

Falls are the largest cause of emergency hospital admissions for older people and can cause injury and the loss of independence. This emergency care places additional strain on health and care services. Circadian lighting technology has the power to alleviate these problems as it has been shown to reduce falls by up to 43%.


Circadacare’s independent living technology, Heleos, integrates circadian lighting and personalised monitoring to improve wellbeing and enable people to remain in their own homes for longer. This supports independence and reduces demands on care systems.


Age-friendly circadian lighting technology that supports public health initiatives

Circadian lighting technology supports the body’s natural circadian rhythm which is vital for psychological and physical wellbeing. It is proven to significantly improve health and wellbeing for those living predominantly inside, including:  

  • Improved day/night cycles

  • Improved cognition & engagement

  • Reduced falls

  • Alleviated ‘sundowning’ or end of day distress

  • Regulated cortisol & melatonin cycles

Seamless integration

Designed for interoperability

Heleos works seamlessly with other health care technologies to support care providers in delivering the highest quality care. Our open API makes it easy to integrate with other healthcare systems and platforms.

Grounded in science

Reliable, trusted technology

Our technology is used in care homes to improve the wellbeing of residents and reduce falls, and it is now available for use in people’s homes. 100% of Circadacare customers agree that our lighting technology has made a positive difference to the daily lives of individuals experiencing the technology.

6 reasons councils should use Heleos independent living technology to support their community


Health and wellbeing

Circadian lighting technology is designed to align the body's natural sleep-wake cycle. For people who may face sleep disturbances, this technology can contribute to better sleep patterns and improved health.


Cognitive function
Lighting can influence cognitive function and alertness. Circadian lighting technology has the potential to enhance cognitive performance, which is particularly important for older people, who may experience age-related cognitive decline.


Mood and mental health

Adequate exposure to natural-like light has been linked to improved mood and mental health. Cost-effective circadian lighting can contribute to the emotional well-being of individuals with reduced exposure to sunlight.


Fall prevention

Improved alertness can aid in fall prevention which combined with adequate lighting helps seniors navigate their living spaces more safely, reducing the risk of falls.



Adequate lighting can enhance a person’s ability to perform daily tasks without assistance. Councils have the power to maintain the independence of more individuals in the local community for longer.


Cost Benefits

By increasing independent living, councils can reduce full-time care requirements, saving thousands of pounds per month, per individual, and enabling resources to be assigned more efficiently.

Health monitoring technology

More than just circadian light

  • Co-designed with care professionals and technology experts

  • Seamless integration with other technologies

  • Integrated individualised monitoring

  • Accurate, early detection of behavioural changes

  • Rapid alerts for care givers


Improve the efficiency and impact of care services.

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