ActiveCare (ACAR.OB) introduced the ActiveHome™ Monitoring System last week.
The release comes after two years of development and combines ActiveCare’s mobile care service to assist seniors 24/7 no matter where they may be and allows seniors to live an independent yet safe lifestyle with their medical and everyday needs being met 24/7.
“We are excited with ActiveCare’s introduction of the ActiveHome™ Monitoring System which will allow us to better take advantage of an estimated $17 billion market that is emerging over the next ten years,” said Jim Dalton, Chairman and CEO of ActiveCare.
Providing a continuum of care and protection, the ActiveHome system comprises of a combination of smart home, health and well being technology that sends vital data to the Company’s CareCenter. The CareCenter is able to monitor whether a member takes their medication, skips a meal, or is sick in bed.
CareSpecialists act as personal assistants, reminding them to take medication, arranging for grocery and meal delivery as well as other care services. Through smart home technology members are able to turn out all the lights in the house and lock the door all with the press of one button, placed beside the bed. Likewise CareSpecialists are able to monitor and control lights, locks and even the stove remotely.
“While every member has different struggles, there is one unifying desire to ‘age in place.’ Our products and services allow members to age with dignity, while providing the peace of mind to loved ones and caregivers,” continued Dalton.
ActiveCare’s products are designed to enhance member’s lifestyle and safety both at home and on the go. Through the Company’s PAL (Personal Assistance Link) technology, CareSpecialists are able to track members’ location and provide needed assistance no mater where they may be. The combination of mobile and in home technology provides a complete level of care, fulfilling the needs of the growing senior marketplace.