Let HomeGuardian provide you and your loved ones with better than humanly possible care
Peace of mind and proactive care 24/7
Confidence, independence, security and wellbeing
Reduced reliance on family and professional carers
Privacy and dignity for all people
How It works
World first care assistive device
Through our world first, care assistive device, we can support people to live independently for longer, provide care providers with the best incident detection technology in the world and save lives.
Fall and Incident Detection
Detects COVID-19 symptoms and onset of other flu like illnesses
Private and secure
Easy to install
Tracks movement and behaviour changes
My parents are enjoying their retirement in a remote beach side community in Central Queensland. We became concerned for Dad’s safety due to low blood pressure issues and dizziness from standing too quickly, resulting in high risk of falling. We cannot expect Mum to be there all the time, and the rest of the family lives 6 hours away. We were introduced to HomeGuradian through their CHSP Provider. Knowing that a fall can be detected, and we can be notified straight away, has given Mum her independence, and myself a sense of security for our father. This has helped our family significantly and we are pleased with the feedback through the online portal. AMAZING!
My family and I had become increasingly concerned about my grandparent’s safety and wellbeing as they age independently at home. My grandfather John started to become a little less mobile and we were concerned he may have a fall or incident whilst my grandmother Mavis wasn’t at home. A friend introduced me to HomeGuardian and we quickly decided this would be a great solution to ensure we all had peace of mind. We could not be more satisfied, and we know our Grandmother Mavis now feels more confident if she needs to leave John alone at home.
We believe that technology can offer better than humanly possible care
In 2018, Co-Founders of HomeGuardian, Kane Sadjak and Adam Carroll realised there was a gap in the market when it came to technology for loved ones who were at risk of falls and abuse. Everyone they spoke to had a story – a mother who had fallen in her home and only to be found until hours later, or a partner who was susceptible to falling due to an ongoing medical condition.
Combined with their understanding of the aged care and hospital sector, they felt it was their duty to create a product that supported healthcare professionals and loved ones, by reducing their risk of injury associated with falling.
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