In addition to enhancing patient experience and lowering expenses, Senseon can support your long-term care facility by keeping residents from accessing potentially hazardous items.

A Michigan senior-living facility pays $5 million to family of patient who accessed and ingested detergent.

- The Oakland Press

Assisted-living facility pays $900,000 to family of patient who drank detergent from unlocked cabinet.

- Oldsman, MacKenzie & Wallace



Senseon locks can withstand up to 250 lbs. of break-force, making it harder for unauthorized access to harmful materials.

Auto Relocking

Rest easy knowing that if a staff member forgets to secure a cabinet, Senseon won’t.


We know your regulatory challenges. We’ll work with you to find the best locking solution for your facility.


The Senseon system leaves no exposed hardware, giving your cabinetry a clean look.


Senseon eliminates the need for handles, knobs, and pulls. Decreasing the spread of harmful bacteria and other contaminants.


Easy to integrate, the standalone system installs in your casework within minutes. And managing access is simplified with the tap of an RFID card.

Mitigate Risks

Senseon can reduce liability related to non-compliance and can help to improve patient safety. Our knowledge of Joint Commission, CMS, and other regulations help you to remain compliant.

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Senseon locks for assisted living facilities keep medical cabinets safe from patient access.

Senseon systems ensures important medical supplies–such as catheters, bandages, and syringes– are accessed only by those approved to access them.

HIPAA mandates protective access control for medical documents. The Senseon system gives managers a quick-to-program access solution to do that.

Senseon lets you keep hazardous materials safe from patients in memory care. Senseon’s Auto-Relock feature locks closets and cabinets even if a staffer forgets to.

Senseon allows patients to securely store their valuables nearby, giving them peace of mind.