• Senior Caregiving

Aging in Place with Technology.

Caring for a loved one is a personal journey and requires a tremendous time commitment. 


How LifeCare Works


Senior Caregiving

Get the peace of mind with 24/7 emergency response for intrusion, fire and medical emergencies and have a persistent awareness of what’s going on at home.


Senior Caregiving

Family members and caregivers can monitor their loved-one’s activity, such as how much time is spent in bed, in a favorite chair or out of the house. LIFECARE can identify anomalies that may signify a problem.


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LIFECARE can also simplify routine tasks, with seamless automation across the home’s critical systems. The system allows you to automate lights, thermostats, locks and security –

Know How Mom Is Doing in Her Home

Wellness Living lets you see how Mom is doing right on your phone, so you don’t have to worry. You’ll receive a notification when anything seems out of the ordinary. Plus, smart home technology makes daily tasks fun and simple. Program as many or as few notifications as want

Receive Notifications

Personal Emergency

Be notified immediately if the person you care for presses a panic button

Up & About

find out when there been a long period of no activity in the home

Away from Bed

Be notified when someone leaves the bed for a long period of time and doesn’t return

Still in Bed

be notified if the bed sensor is still occupied at an unusual time

Safe Inside

Be notified if an exterior door is opened at an unusual time

Sensor Activity

A door, window, cabinet opens or a motion is detected

Missed Medication

Be notified if a sensor such as a medicine cabinet door sensor is not activated during the specified timeframe

Open Door

A door, window or cabinet is left open

Sensor Closed

A door, window, cabinet or occupancy sensor is left closed or occupied for too long

Sensor Occupied

A door, window, cabinet or occupancy sensor is immediately closed or occupied.

Wellness Plan

See Daily Activity Trends

Family members and caregivers can monitor their loved-one’s activity, such as how much time is spent in bed, in a favorite chair or out of the house. And, with intelligent sensors to track and learn the home’s activities of daily living, LifeCare can identify anomalies that may signify a problem. Activities by each sensor are recorded and can be viewed in real-time:

  • Bathroom Motion
  • Living Room Motion
  • Kitchen Motion
  • Front Door Motion
  • Dining Room Chair Sensor
  • Medicine Cabinet Sensor
  • Emergency Button

Identify Trends Over Time to Detect Anomalies

LifeCare data trends chart helps you identify patterns that indicate notable changes in routine:

  • are there any changes in sleep patterns; are the residents waking up earlier or later, sleeping more or less number of hours. Is this indicative of any impending changes to their health? 
  • have the frequency of bathroom visits increased or decreased over time, have the nighttime bathroom visits increased. Is this indicative of any impending changes to their health? 
  • are they more or less active in the health, can this be correlated to their eating habits and changes in their weight? Is this indicative of any impending changes to their health? 
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Monitor Activities of Daily Living & Critical Events

LifeCare uses real-time sensor data and intelligent algorithms to establish routine activity patterns, and identify abnormalities and emergency events. Caregivers receive insight into activities of daily living such as:

  • Nighttime Falls
  • Sleep Patterns & Sleeplessness
  • Sedentary Lifestyles or Wandering
  • Odd & Erratic Eating Habits
  • Infrequent or Excessive Bathroom Activities
  • Medication Adherence


See How Mom Is Doing in Her Home

WellCam is the first video solution designed to empower safe and healthy independent living. Placed in a living room or kitchen area, Wellcam’s 180-degree field of view camera with 1080p resolution can monitor a remote relative’s living space, and provide a direct connection to their loved ones. 

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See what some of our customers have to say about us

Jason Drum

“…the system provides real-time info on your loved ones whereabouts and well-being, all without the use of intrusive cameras.”

Jason DrumSon
Jacqueline Nova

“The technology helps families stay connected so they’re able to see that their loved one is doing okay.”

Jacqueline NovaDaughter

“I can drop-in on mom virtually from wherever I am and be instantly updated on mom’s activities and behaviors for that day”

The Fulton Family

“My work schedule doesn’t allow me to call dad to see if he has had his meals on time, to see if he has taken his meds, with LifeCare I can program reminders for him to be sent via Alexa or telephone and then be notified after the fact”

The Fulton FamilyCaring Son

Contact Us. We Are Here To HELP

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