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January 22, 2024 in BoundaryCare News

Apple Watch and Oxygen Saturation Sensors

Apple Watch and Oxygen Saturation Sensors It's been widely reported that starting today, on January 18th, 2024, Apple can no longer sell new Apple Watches with oxygen saturation functionality in…
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July 14, 2023 in IDD

BoundaryCare named winner of Minne Inno On Fire award

BoundaryCare was named a winner of the Minne Inno "On Fire" awards! Fire Awards: Meet the companies setting the Minnesota economy ablaze The following 40 companies have been chosen as…
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July 14, 2023 in IDD

BoundaryCare featured in Minneapolis StarTribune

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…
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July 14, 2023 in IDD

BoundaryCare featured in Tech Times

BoundaryCare has been feature in Tech Times! BoundaryCare for Apple Watch Helps Keep Alzheimer's Patients Safe Around the world, there are 50 million people who suffer from dementia. A whopping…
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May 6, 2023 in IDD

Home for the Summer — with BoundaryCare

Here we are, already in May. Soon your kids will be home for the summer! It’s great to have more family time, but we also recognize that it adds to…
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May 6, 2023 in Dementia

How to get your loved one to give up the car keys

Some individuals with mild cognitive impairment can still drive, but it's important to balance their safety and independence. Here are some steps you can take: Have an open and honest…
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May 6, 2023 in BoundaryCare News

BoundaryCare Newsletter, March 2023

Contents: More Frequent Location Updates Greatly Improved App Setup The New, Powerful Web Portal Help Us Help Others — Interviews, Anyone? We haven’t been tooting our horn much lately –…
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May 6, 2023 in Aging in Place

How to get Mom (or Dad) to wear a safety device

Getting a senior to wear a safety device (such as a fall detector) can be challenging, especially if they feel like it's an infringement on their independence or privacy. Here…
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