2 million Australians over 55 live alone and want to stay in their home as long as possible.
Their family and careers want to know they are OK and moving about every day, without calling them.
There must be no intrusion on the privacy of a person living alone, and they must not be asked to take on any new responsibilities for operating gadgets or operating any complex technology.
How would it be possible to know they are OK every day?
A patented sensor and patented supervisory system has been developed over the last 5 years which observes and reports the directional movements of a person in their home to a family member or carer's smartphone.
The sensor can be installed in 10 minutes at a specific location to tell the story of “normal daily activity” … or detect that is not so!
The cost of the sensor is $150 and the monitoring service cost is $22 per month.
The cost for the family would form a tiny part of the current government subsidised aged care support package.
Timetale is seeking a CEO to lead the development team into an Australian Public Offer.
If you are that person, or know someone who is, contact Ian, details below.
If you are a potential investor or know someone who might be, contact Ian, details below.