The Care Watch




































Multifunctional alarm button


The Care Watch is a multifunctional alarm button that looks like a watch.  In case of emergency, it builds up a live speech connection with a professional aid worker. Beside the alarm function, the watch shows time and date and can be programmed with medicine alerts or other reminders. 

The watch measures temperature, heartbeat and is equipped with drop down detection. The watch has very low current consumption, is waterproof and skin friendly. You can therefore wear it continuously, even in the shower. The Care Watch is the smart watch for the independent and self sufficient senior!






I'm a senior


The Care Watch is the smart watch for the independent senior! 


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I'm a professional


The Care Watch is also available as part of a professional wireless nurse call system.


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I'm a journalist


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Under development


We are working hard to finish The Care Watch before starting with our pilots. Are you interested to be kept updated about what happens behind the scenes? 

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The latest news



9 July 2014


Vote for The Care Watch! 

The Care Watch is nominated for the Accenture Innovation Awards, a prestigous innovation award. Would you like to support us? Vote for us! Your vote is very much appreciated!

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31 March 2014


Presentation in Dublin

We were invited by the Dutch Embassy, to speak about The Care Watch at TEDx Healthy Ageing Event Dublin.

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3 February 2014


Dutch company develops  smart watch for seniors

A Dutch company is developing a smart watch for seniors: The Care Watch. The Care Watch is a multifunctional alarm button that looks like a watch...


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