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Technology for Caregivers and Independent Seniors
Our mission is to enhance and extend high quality living for independent seniors and their caregivers.

No wearables.  Simple.

Everyday, familiar technology like smart phones and watches help enhance quality of independent living.  


Set it and forget it. 

A non-intrusive mobile application - senior's mobile phone and smart watch connects with their caregiver.  


Custom Care Spaces

 Digital boundaries are created together by caregiver and senior care partner. Care spaces can be in-home, walking, driving, AM or PM, adjustable to changing care conditions. 

Intelligent Power Monitoring

Receive real-time notifications for power supply for critical household items like oxygen concentrators, ECG units, medicine refrigerators - even the iron or stove.    

Real-time notifications

Extend independent living. Adaptive care settings configured from your app in real-time, immediately signaling that an independent senior is no longer in a Care Space, has fallen or has lost power to a critical medical device. 

Always connected 

Notifications are sent to the Caregiver when pre-defined events are triggered.  Take immediate action after being notified of events or actions of independent seniors. 

Important Information

Nearly one quarter of caregivers provide 40 hours of care or more per week (compared with 16% for nondementia caregivers). 

Over two thirds of caregivers sustained this commitment for more than 1 year and one third for 5 or more years.

Effects on caregivers are well documented:

Psychological and physical morbidity, 

social isolation, financial and family distress-

all contribute to increase in nursing home placements, but not chronic distress of the caregiver. 

60% of US family dementia caregivers are employed.

-two thirds reported having missed work.

-8% turned down promotions.

-Up to 31% had given up work to attend to caregiving responsibilities.

Six in 10 people living with dementia will wander at least once.

An estimated 6.5 million Americans age 65 and older are living with Alzheimer’s dementia in 2022. Seventy-three percent are age 75 or older.

About 1 in 9 people (10.7%) age 65 and older has Alzheimer’s dementia.

Alzheimer’s begins 20 years or more before the onset of symptoms.

Nearly 100% of persons experiencing the initial signs of wandering are carrying their cell phones.

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