When you receive your RealCare Baby, the package will contain much more than just the infant simulator. You have in front of you a complete curriculum, a means of reporting and grading, and all the supplies necessary for the operation of the Babies.
You should begin with:
- RealCare Baby includes: two-piece outfit (blue or pink), sleeper, outerwear (optional), bodysuit, one set of color-coded diapers (one green patch, one yellow patch), bottle, 5 wristbands, and ID
- The optional RealCare Baby Accessory Bundle includes: diaper bag, blanket, and car seat/infant carrier with car seat detection kit
- RealCare® Program Starter Kit: Control Center software, X-stick Wireless Communication Adaptor, curriculum access, participant care video access, single charger or 5-Baby charging station, and instructor key
Let’s get to know the back of your RealCare Baby!
Recessed button: the emergency stop button which can be used if an emergency comes up during a simulation. The simulation can be ended by having a parent/guarding insert a paperclip, or something similar, into that button and holding it in place until they hear 6 chimes. After the 6th chime, the Baby will turn off. By doing this you risk losing part of the simulation report, so it should be used only in extreme emergency situations. This process should never be released to your students/participants. You should only provide the information to a parent/guardian.
3 colored lights:
- Red is the battery light – if it is flashing, you need to charge the batteries before you send it out for a simulation
- Green is the charging indicator – if the Baby is plugged in for a charge, it should be on
- Yellow is the communication light – it should always be on solid when you are communicating with the control center software and Baby during simulation programming and retrieving report data at the end of a simulation.
Charging port: located below the lights, this is where you plug the charger into Baby
Battery compartment lock: only the instructor key ring will open this. You never need to go in here unless product support asks you to or you need to change the batteries.
That is a quick rundown of the basics of RealCare Baby. For a more in-depth look and for information on the Control Center Software, programming baby, using Baby in Demo Mode, and more, make sure to check out the video below:
For more information on RealCare Baby support visit our product support page here.