BoundaryCare is featured in the Minneapolis StarTribune!
Minnesota father and son develop app to monitor loved ones with dementia
When his wife, Anne Maple, was diagnosed with early onset Alzheimer’s disease, Scott Carpenter soon discovered there were no really effective products to help caregivers monitor the safety of loved ones with dementia.
So he recruited their son, Paul, to make one.
Scott, 64, of St. Paul, a professor of French literature at Carleton College since 1990, also ran a tech company for several years. Paul, who is 33 and lives in New York City, is a software engineer specializing in mobile platforms. Together, they created BoundaryCare, an app that uses an Apple Watch (and will soon be available for Android) to share information with caregivers on their iPhone or iPad…
Read more, in the Minneapolis StarTribune!