and SafetyCare partner to offer monitoring solution for independent living

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“The new offering, which pairs’s patented wireless and web-based monitoring technology with SafetyCare’s 24/7 emergency and medical response services, gives individuals who might otherwise need institutional care or on-site supervision the ability to live alone without compromising their well-being or incurring significant costs for institutional care. At the same time, family members and authorized professional caregivers can ensure the well being of those they care for with a set of monitoring features truly unique to the market…” Press release.

[I wonder if someone would like to justify that ‘unique’ statement? The list of features doesn’t look unique to me. Perhaps the writer got a little overenthusiastic?]

Follow-up: See comments for response re uniqueness. Thanks Dan.