What their customer's say...
Jasmine and Dad
“An early alert to a disturbed night’s sleep and increased toilet visits meant Jasmine could be there quickly for her Dad when he really needed her.”
Elaine and Rod
I’ve recently turned 83 but I feel lucky that I am relatively healthy. My son, Rod and I are very close and he always wants to know that I’m safe and well. The key for us was seeing that StackCare would send Rod daily updates on how I’ve been getting along.
Claire, Louise and Mum
“When Mum’s heating system broke down. Clare received a notification on the app that the house was cold – which turned into a saga with thermostats, plumbers and old boilers!
It’s the ease of installing and using StackCare that has impressed us all so much.”
How does StackCare work?
The sensors placed around the house detect motion and activity. This information is sent to the StackCare hub, which sends notifications to nominated recipients if there are any concerns.
This might be a period of inactivity that suggests a fall, or failure to get up out of bed in the morning. The alert lets you know you need to contact your loved one, or pay them a visit, to check everything is okay.
Watch the video below to hear StackCare US CEO Nigel Mould explain how to set up the sensors and how they work.
Machine Learning Technology
StackCare uses machine learning technology to provide personalised reports. This means it can learn the routines of the person you care for, and be able to rapidly detect when your relative’s behaviour is unusual.
This means you don’t need to work out yourself if their behaviour is out of the ordinary, StackCare will do that for you.
The StackCare App
The StackCare App is easy-to-understand and displays all of the insights generated by the sensors placed in your relative’s home.
Individual reports detail your relative’s level of activity, including for example, how many trips they took to the loo in the night and the temperature of the property.
Every morning you will receive a daily wellbeing update, which provides peace of mind that you are up-to-date with your relative’s welfare.
You can set StackCare up in your relative’s home yourself in as little as 15 minutes. There are no tools required, and no strangers need to come in to your relative’s home.
What will StackCare keep me updated on?
Increased bathroom usage can be a sign of a UTI, but less use than usual could suggest your relative is dehydrated.
Be sure that your relative’s property is not too cold (or too hot)– as older people can forget to turn the heating on and off.
Check that your relative is sleeping well through the night. Irregular sleep patterns will be flagged.
Find out easily if your loved one is active during the day. You can see which room they are in, hour-by-hour.
The StackCare setup bundle costs £599 and includes everything you need for year one – no hidden or further costs.
You will receive:
- 4 discreet motion sensors
- StackCare hub
- Access to the StackCare app and insights
Extra sensors are available at a cost of £49.95. From year 2 the price is reduced and can be split monthly.
Your privacy is protected with StackCare. There are no microphones or cameras, and all data is securely encrypted.
*This content has been provided by StackCare