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It is never felt safe to leave a partially or fully disable person alone with a caretaker, it does not matter how much care is taken by the caretaker. In this paper, three different ways are described how the condition of a partially or fully disabled person can be monitored and in case of any problem, the partially or fully disabled person can communicate with his/ her family members. In the first way using Electrocardiography (ECG) the condition of the heart of the disabled person is continuously monitored and whenever something unwanted has happened a message is sent to his/her caring family member with the help of a microcontroller. This also can be done using Electrooculography (EOG). This can be applied to a partially paralyzed person. Here it is mentioned that the person is partially paralyzed because the EOG works on the movement of the cornea so the person should be capable of moving his/ her cornea. Now if the cornea of the person is bent over a set point a message is sent to a specific person. The same can be done with the help of EEG using brain signals. The brain signals are continuously monitored and in case of any unexpected or absurd signal message will be sent to the disabled person’s family member.
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