FindMe protects people with dementia against the risks of wandering, freezing cold, heat, traffic, drowning, and falling
We alert you when your loved one is out in unsafe cold conditions that could lead to hypothermia, whether they’re miles away or right on their own front porch.
We alert you if your loved one is at risk for heat exhaustion due to being out for too long on extremely hot days, no matter how close or far away they may be.
We alert you to water dangers, whenever your loved one might be minutes away from dangerous waters, to avoid risk of accidental drowning.
We monitor traffic patterns near your loved one, and alert you if they get too close to dangerous, busy, multi-lane roads or highways to avoid risk of traffic-related dangers and accidents.
We alert you if your loved one has fallen and requires help, no matter where they are.
Caregivers’ network of friends & family act as eyes-on-the-ground, logging hazards in their local environment.
Receive alerts when your loved one exits predetermined safety zones.
Caregivers can see at a glance who in their network is nearby in case help is needed at any given moment.
Caregivers can deploy local friends and family to the rescue when the caregiver is away from home.
Caregivers and rescue workers can locate lost ones on specific floors in tall buildings.
Finding lost ones in windowless rooms and basements is made possible with multi-cell-tower triangulation.
Our battery lasts for weeks on a single charge, reducing the stress of needing constant recharges, and easily allowing the necessary minimum days recommended by National Search and Rescue, in case of emergency.
Friends and family can help caregivers by taking on caregiving responsibilities or helping with basic but necessary tasks such as grocery shopping.