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In the News: How the Taps in Your Parents’ House Can Tell You if They’re Okay

We were honored to be featured on the Denver7 news segment “In Good Company.” CarePenguin brings peace of mind to families with elderly loved ones living independently by detecting activity in a house through water use. That activity is displayed on our app where family caregivers can see it and receive alerts if there is a lack of activity, encouraging them to check in.

One device detects activity throughout the entire house and it takes five minutes to install, no tools needed. It’s simple: if your elderly loved one is turning the taps on and off in their house, they’re okay and going about their normal routine. If they’re not turning the taps on and off, you may want to check in. And the average senior citizen uses water seven times a day making it a great proxy for human behavior.¬†

If you and your family could benefit from CarePenguin, sign up today on our website! The first month of your subscription is free and we offer a 30 day money-back guarantee. We’d love for you to give it a try!