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One lucky winner will receive an mCareWatch Mobile Personal Alarm valued at $759, which includes the mCareWatch 4G alarm device, setup and activation and 12 months service plan (service plan includes emergency calls and data for 12 months).

The mCareWatch Mobile Personal Emergency alarm is a smartwatch, emergency alarm, mobile phone, GPS tracker and smartwatch all-in-one.

The mCareWatch is 4G (LTE), water resistant and most advanced connected smart watch available today.

The mCareWatch features include the following:

  • make SOS calls,
  • setup customised medication and reminder alerts,
  • detect non-movement, geo-fence alerts,
  • location tracking,
  • monitor heart rate and share with emergency services and family,
  • speed dial contacts that automatically call family member by pressing a photo of them.
  • The mCareWatch application also includes access to the carer’s mobile app and web dashboard for family and friends.

The mCareWatch is connected to a software platform called ConnectiveCare, which is 100% owned, managed and maintained by the team at mCare Digital, ensuring that your personal information is protected, safe and stored locally in Australia.

The device includes GPS and Wi-Fi technologies, which provide the location of the wearer via the carer’s web portal and mobile app.

Up to six contact numbers (mobile or landline) can be pre-set on the device, when the SOS button is activated.

Carers have the ability to setup unlimited customised medication and appointment reminders for the wearer (via carer’s online portal)

More About The mCareWatch

Please note this competition is open from 4 November 2020 until 3 December 2020  and is only available to members of Mouths Of Mums. This competition is a game of skill – answer in 50 words or less. We are unable to accept entries posted via facebook. Facebook LIKE functionality is not a requirement of entry to this competition. The winners of this competition will be published on this page. Winners’ name and address will be provided to the promoter of this competition and prizes will be sent to the address you have in Your Profile. Please ensure your details are up to date so that you receive your prize.

  • Mum’s 89 and extremely independent but since she lost her husband I worry about her safety. A mCareWatch has so many wonderful features that would be so beneficial to her everyday. Being able to automatically call family members by pressing a photo of them would make phoning easier for her.

  • My mum has had a few falls lately last one she was On. The ground for one hour she was so scared if she could get help straightaway it would’ve been great wearing a device.

  • The sos calls I’ve had a fall before and couldn’t get up and had to roll sonthis would be so useful

  • Both myself and my father have cardiac issues, however I especially worry about him. This would give me the piece of mind that there is some kind of system in pace if, god forbid, something were to happen if he was alone. What a wonderful prize.

  • monitor heart rate and share with emergency services and family… the beauty of it we know if there’s strouble and can get help ‘in a heartbeat’!

  • The emergency call feature – my MIL is 95 still so independent but this would help us worry a little bit less

  • The heart rate monitor would be wholeheartedly (no pun intended) appreciated for this daughter who worries for her Mum every day since following diagnosis of heart damage resulting from cancer treatment. This monitor could literally mean the difference between life and death.

  • I believe the monitoring of heart rates etc is the best. Having epilepsy and possibly the onset of Parkinson’s it would be an invaluable asset for me.

  • Medication and reminder alerts, so I/we can keep up to date with what is taken and when.

  • The customised medication alerts. With a 15 year old suffering from a traumatic brain infection, letting her go and do things is hard as she doesn’t remember her medication times. This would give her the independence she craves

  • My elderly Mum has started to wonder and the GPS would give me peace of mind

  • Customised medication and reminder alert as my diabetic mum is starting to become very forgetful. She often forgets her medication and in result ends up unwell. This would help her out a lot.

  • The ability to share with family if heart rate changes! This would be for my precious Mum. Always worrying about everyone else, at 74 with diabetes, she often forgets to look after herself. Me being made aware of an altered state, could save her life!

  • Being able to make sos calls as my father falls a lot and it would mean he can get access to help instead of waiting for someone to find him

  • I love it has the GPS device. My dad has dementia and I worry about him constantly

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