Relief is at hand. Watch over your loved ones with memory loss.
If your loved one wanders off and can’t get back home, it could mean injury, even death. Now imagine them wearing a smart bracelet that lets you know exactly where they are—and how they are. If they get lost, your smartphone alerts you. That’s how WanderWatch gives you peace of mind.
How it works:
- Get the WanderWatch tamper-proof bracelet for $299 CAD.
- Download the monitoring app.
- Pay $29.99 CAD/month for peace of mind. That’s it!
Order your WanderWatch by the end of December 31, 2015 and get $5/month OFF on the subscription fee.
The WanderWatch monitoring app lets the caregivers to coordinate their activities and keeps them informed about their loved one’s location and condition.
Smart Caregiving is here
WanderWatch empowers loved ones to manage their daily activities. We combine hardware and software to provide a unique, one-stop solution that cares for both loved ones and their caregivers at an affordable price. Unlike competing approaches, WanderWatch provides indoor and outdoor coverage. Since caregivers miss 11 more work days a year compared to people without caregiving duties, a comprehensive system addressing memory loss for only $1/day just makes sense.
- Enhances a feeling of safety, and reduces your loved one’s dependence on you
- Increases quality of life for loved ones, and their caregivers and relatives
- Reduces costs of your loved one’s care
- Reduces income loss due to caregivers
It’s Personal: The Hidden Toll on Caregivers
Imagine the frustration of constantly forgetting routine activities such as brushing your teeth or taking your medication. This is the reality of people with early-stage memory problems, and the frustrations affect the people who care for them. Memory problems associated with Alzheimer’s and dementia lead to:
- Loss of income for caregivers
- Poor quality of life for loved ones and their caregivers
Caregiving is now a shared responsibility for most North American families. About 15% of employees are in the “sandwich generation,” needing to look after children and elders. Caregivers miss 11 more work days per year compared to people without caregiving duties. This could be you, or someone you know.
You are not alone: Demographic Trends in Caregiving
Mild cognitive impairment affects up to 20% of older adults. The problem is growing: Every eight seconds, another Baby Boomer turns 65. One in eight people over 65 has memory problems. More than 10 million North Americans and 44 million people worldwide suffer from dementia—a number expected to hit to 135 million by 2050. Dementia costs $600 billion every year, and this includes the cost of caregiving. It’s a problem crying out for innovative approaches.