Caregiving Made Smarter

Real Support for Caregivers.

When you can’t be there yourself, we’re your “envoy at home.”


This is caregiving in the digital age.

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“Is my loved one safe and well RIGHT NOW?”

Peace of mind is often in short supply when you care for elderly parents. That’s because when they’re home alone, you can’t be certain that your loved one is safe and well. envoyatHome is aging in place technology that replaces that uncertainty with tangible information in real time so you can take action before an emergency.

Our Digital Caregiver is passive elderly remote monitoring that sends actionable, real-time notifications to your mobile phone any time your loved one may be at risk. Designed to offer a discreet, reliable, and dignified experience for seniors, our system doesn’t use cameras, microphones, watches, or buttons. And there’s nothing for a forgetful senior to wear or charge. Best of all, our remote caregiver system is comprehensive so you don’t have to spend time and energy dealing with incompatible devices and partial solutions.

Personalized for your family’s unique care concerns, envoyatHome can be used exclusively or to supplement part-time paid caregivers for round the clock care.

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“How can I help my loved one live independently longer?”

You can’t predict the future. However, you can enjoy the benefits of the next best thing – greater insight into their safety and wellness when you care for elderly parents.

envoyatHome Insights looks at behavior data over time. Subtle changes in cognitive or physical behavior that typically manifest when a senior is alone can be highlighted and presented with clinical perspective. This allows you to intervene earlier, align care plans with your loved one’s changing needs, and support a senior’s wish to age in place for as long as possible.

Insights are easily shared with case managers and medical professionals for data-driven, early interventions that lower care costs, improve the quality of your caregiving, and keep your loved one living independently longer.

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Why Passive Monitoring

Passive means no objectionable cameras, invasive listening devices, microphones, or buttons to activate – a real challenge for cognitive patients. We use no bracelets or pendants that can be lost, forgotten, or ignored by seniors afraid of losing their independence. 24 x 7, envoyatHome monitors for the behaviors you set in the app, immediately notifying you when your loved one may be at risk. 

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What Happens at Night

The overnight hours can be particularly worrisome for families, even those who pay for care during the day. You assume your loved one is in bed and sleeping because you have no information to suggest otherwise – until an emergency. Our client experience proves that caregivers who have overnight data find UTIs, anxiety, dehydration, wandering, elopement and other conditions that benefit from treatment.


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The Reluctant Older Adult

Some of the most difficult challenges caregivers face are a loved one’s cognitive journey. Many seniors don’t notice they’ve become forgetful, can’t see their judgement as impaired, or are reluctant to admit symptoms for fear of losing independence. But it doesn’t have to be this way. When families share envoyatHome behavioral data with clinicians, they can intervene earlier to support a senior’s ability to live independently longer.

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Smart Home Isn't Smart Care

Activity monitors for seniors and other smart home technology for seniors can’t do what envoyatHome can – discover BEHAVIOR. We use IoT devices and smart home technology in your senior’s home to make YOU smarter, not the house. It’s behavior that a caregiver can influence with interventions for senior safety, wellness, cognitive status, and compliance to medical orders. Make your care smarter, not just the house.

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Affordable Full Time Care

Research reports that a typical senior spends 20 hours a day alone. You stop by when you can, hope she answers the phone when you call, or ask a neighbor to check in – again. Or, like many families, you rely on part-time paid caregivers to help. But what happens after the aide leaves? Senior monitoring can supplement part-time care because let’s face it, she still has dementia after the aide leaves.

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