Recently placed 97 year old other in Memory Care unit. She wears a Depends pull on with a thin overnight pad. Currently, she uses a walker and easily goes to the bathroom herself. When she will goes to the bathroom to move her bowels she will always use a vinyl glove, which she uses and discards into receptacle. Problem is she is unable to clean her bottom properly. She always needs assistance. If she is not helped, she will pull up her Depends over her soiled buttocks. When she was at home, I kept track of if she had moved her bowels and make sure to catch her and get her cleaned up before bed. If she didn't go during the day, she would get up during the night to move her bowels and climb back into bed and consequently soil the bedsheet (she sleeps in the nude). Any suggestions for some type of routine that would include a bed sensor that would not alarm in the room but would alert the staff (flashing light, no sound) to check her and "catch her in the act" before she returned to bed?