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Introducing WellAware Care: An Affordable In-Home Safety Solution

BOSTON, Mass (Feb. 27, 2023) - WellAware Care ( offers remote monitoring and fall detection systems for patients with neurological disorders, such as strokes, dementia, and Alzheimer’s. Patients with these types of conditions are usually senior citizens who are more prone to accidental falls that lead to severe injury and challenging complications. By using remote monitoring technology, patients and their support network can breathe a sigh of relief knowing WellAware Care is scanning the premises in real-time 24/7! 

WellAware Care was developed by veterans of the senior health care sector who saw how inflation, rising costs, and stagnant wages were limiting how many clients could secure in-home care for their loved ones. Co-Owner, Ryan McEniff, shared how “in-home care can regularly cost $40/hour with an 8 hour minimum. Many families simply can’t afford that. To make matters more difficult, patients with neurological injuries are at a heightened risk of sustaining additional injuries. Namely falls. How do we protect them at a lower cost but with the same depth of coverage?” WellAware Care was created as a solution to that question and they can now fill that gap with their wall-mounted, ceiling-mounted, and bed pad devices. 

Privacy was a priority, so WellAware Care’s products don’t use cameras or recording devices. The ceiling and wall-mounted monitors operate solely on radio frequency waves that are constantly scanning the room. An additional benefit to this technology is that the patient doesn’t have to be attached to a wearable device 24/7 in anticipation of a fall. If the patient falls and doesn’t recover within 60-seconds, WellAware Care will alert their support network, which can include anyone from the nextdoor neighbor, nearby family, or primary care provider. This can be in the form of calls, texts, and/or emails. An additional option includes the WellAware Care bed pad that also sends alerts when the patient gets out of bed at night. This is, historically, when many patients will fall because of the disorientation that comes with nighttime bathroom visits. In fact, the general statistics related to accidental falls are alarming. 


73% of stroke patients fall within their first year of recovery

40-50% of those 65+ who fall and break a hip will die from complications within 1 year

36,000 seniors die annually from falls


When you learn the dangers associated with falling, it’s easy to see how these low-cost solutions can become literal lifesavers! Disheartening, it’s unfortunate that until this point, only those who could afford expensive assisted living or in-home care could receive such assurances. However, as technology has advanced, became smarter, and is significantly more affordable, systems such as WellAware Care are made available to the average person and common household. You simply have to purchase the products you’d like for your home and pay a low-cost subscription fee of $50 per month. When compared to hourly in-home care or around the clock assisted living, remote monitoring systems by WellAware Care are incredibly affordable and take the financial burden off of recovery. 




WellAware Care ( is a national provider of remote monitoring and fall detection systems for senior citizens and those with neurological injuries or disorders. All products are HIPAA-compliant thanks to their non-invasive and privacy-focused approach towards monitoring. If the patient experiences a fall within the home or leaves their bed at night, the pre-determined support network will get immediate alerts. This allows for a nextdoor neighbor, nearby family, or emergency services to help the injured patient as quickly as possible compared to waiting helplessly on the ground until morning when they may be discovered. Quick response times save lives! Learn more by visiting them online today.

Monday, February 27, 2023