Independence, Safety, Simplicity
With a specially configured Apple Watch, BoundaryCare provides clear and actionable data.
Quick and vital information for caregivers and DSPs; powerful resources for organizations. Usually covered by assistive technology provisions of state HCBS waivers.
Enable only the features needed
Features are enabled to reflect the supports identified in the ISP, and data can be shared with multiple caregivers.
Changing the paradigm in IDD
Peg has seizures that cause her heart to race and her O2 levels to drop. At night, her mother may not wake if there’s a problem. BoundaryCare sends very loud alerts if her levels change, or if she has a fall. A second caregiver gets the alert if the first doesn’t respond. Nights are less anxious now.
Judy’s at risk for falls, and she doesn’t always take her meds. She and her support team chose BoundaryCare to help. BoundaryCare sends an alert if she falls, but it also tracks contributing factors, and alerts her if her heart rate or rhythm are irregular. Daily reminders help her take her meds.
Jared sometimes leaves home and gets lost. Location tracking is a must, and the auto-answer feature for calls to the watch helps too. He’s also subject to mood swings, which are affected by his sleep. Sleep monitoring helps his caregivers stay ahead of problems.
The web portal
This is the “command center” for BoundaryCare, where all data is saved, where reminders and alerts are configured, caregivers are managed, and more. Display metrics over time to identify trends and correlations. Data can be exported to be shared with a health professional.
For organizations with many BoundaryCare users, the web dashboard starts with a population-at-a-glance screen, allowing administrators to move from the overview to individual clients or patients.