Tracking your loved one

by | September 2, 2010

Whether you are caring for someone with Alzheimer’s disease or other dementia, or even someone who is disabled, Elderwise Living has come up with trackSAFE, which increases elderly safety but also encourages independent living and safe walking.

Simple to use and lightweight, the discrete tracking device have been specially designed for consensual personal location tracking. It operates on GPS/GSM system and has three buttons to allow pre-defined up to three telephone numbers to monitor and respond to family members. trackSAFE automatically tells you exactly where the person is and can establish a call similar to a mobile phone. In cases of emergency, the elderly can also press the SOS button, and it will immediately communicate to the family member and the device will automatically send out the location of the person. For dementia carers, it gives the person and the family members peace of mind and they know they can connect real-time with the “lost person”. The product is approved by IDA Singapore for local use.


Priced at $433, trackSAFE can be ordered directly at 96880681 or at Heng Heng Medical at 6599 1318.



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