The mCareWatch enhances the quality of life, safety and independence of the elderly,
people with disabilities and anyone in need of discreet support and security.
Australia’s first 4G SIM-enabled smart watch now available pre-connected to the mCareWatch software platform for unrivalled support with caring, safety and wellbeing.
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Introducing the mCareWatch
The mCareWatch Supports People with Disabilities
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Dad quickly understood and slid his arthritic fingers across the watch face to reveal the picture of who he wanted to call. He then pressed their picture to make the call.
Answering incoming calls was sometimes difficult but a software update a week later eliminated this concern as calls are now answered automatically. In terms of follow-up service I couldn’t be happier.
I love this watch as my step mother and I can always reach dad to see how he is and we can see on the app on our phones where he is. It is so reassuring to know that when he’s on a bus trip and wonders off to look at something interesting he can call us and we can guide him back to safety. The SOS function works really well.
Dad recently had a fall while on his own in his workshop. The watch worked brilliantly as he could call from the ground. Help was arranged and then we could hear and talk to him till help arrived.
I absolutely recommend this watch.” Chris Fraser
I even paid dad a surprise visit in Cambodia last year to check how things were getting on. And with his Mcare watch it was easy to track him down riverside at dawn one day in Phnom Penh! And the other time it was of great use was 2 years ago when I was sending him to/from Cambodia on his own (assisted passage) but was able to track him and talk to him while transiting in Bangkok airport.So thank you. I do recommend the capabilities of MCare Watch to others.” Mike Hughes
The mCareWatch “saved” us a few times while I was at work and as such it is an invaluable tool to support people at risk.
Thank you again.” Paul Willis