RightMinder – Wearable First Alert Device for Emergencies | NewsWatch


30% of those over the age of 65 fall at least once a year. In fact, the CDC reported about 29 million falls in the U.S. in 2014. That’s why fall detection alerts are imperative. The problem is most First Alert buttons are obtrusive, unattractive and identifies the wearer as someone at risk.

Having a fall can be a life-changing event, but fortunately, that’s where RightMinder comes in. It provides peace of mind and is available as a Carer application for the Apple iPhone.

RightMinder turns an Android smartwatch or phone into a Fall Detection or First Alert device in emergencies.

Built to be easily accessible yet hidden in the background, it only takes a simple tap on the wrist to send a notification to a caregiver or loved one. A First Alert notification is only a tap on the wrist away and makes help so simple to request.

The notification goes out with GPS coordinates and direct contact info. This makes it more efficient in the times of an emergency, to be able to locate your loved ones more easily and accurately. You can even set it up to go out to multiple people.

These people, known as carers and who are usually family members, are the best support network that RightMinder can connect you with.

In this way, no matter if there’s a fall or other emergency, the wearer’s full support system will be ready to answer the call.

So, instead of purchasing an expensive and chunky First Alert smartwatch, purchase a wearable that’s fashionable. With Android Wear watches, they’re not only inexpensive, but they come in various styles that can suit anyone.

This patent-pending app is available for wearers on Android while carers can download the app on Android and iOS. You can download the RightMinder app from the Google Play or App Store or visit RightMinder.com today.