CLB`s Acoustic Monitoring non-intrusively listens to sleeping residents and triggers an alert when the sound level in a room exceeds individually set thresholds. This enables staff to swiftly respond to residents in need of care. Continuous monitoring replaces routine in-room checks, so peacefully sleeping residents are not disturbed and staff are free to focus on those whose distress has triggered an alert. 1) Proven track record in reducing falls up to 75% has been reporting in homes using CLB's acoustic monitoring 2) Reducing night time activity by over 65% by letting residents sleep peacefully while being able to respond to care needs within minutes 3) CLB customers have reported a 95% reduction in night time checks, allowing staff to complete other care tasks 4) Staff efficiencies have been able to save significant costs due to reducing staff numbers at night time, relying less on agency staff, or altering shift patterns to suit night time care needs Matt Hancock has recently described CLB's acoustic monitoring with the following comments: "there`s a provider up in Warwickshire - WCS Care - doing great things with acoustic monitoring". "It means that staff aren`t knocking on residents` doors every hour and disturbing people". "I want to spread this kind of innovation far and wide, and I`ve set up a dedicated adult social care unit in NHSX". CLB are the only acoustic monitoring system being recognised by the UK government.