ActiveCare, Inc. Receives Approval to Deploy Next Generation Technology

Aug 04, 2011, 09:00 ET from ActiveCare, Inc.

SALT LAKE CITY, Aug. 4, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- ActiveCare, Inc. (ACAR.OB) a leader in senior care technology, today announced the FCC approval of its second generation PAL (Personal Assistance Link) handset, the ActiveOne+.  The ActiveOne+ utilizes state-of-the-art tracking and vital sign monitoring technologies that allows ActiveCare to respond to seniors' acute health needs no matter where they may be - at home or on the go.

Partnering with one of the world's most advanced technology manufacturers, this generation of PAL is the culmination of over a year of development work.  The ActiveOne+ is one of numerous products and services that ActiveCare will be introducing to the senior market in the coming months.  This new wave of products and services that ActiveCare is introducing will allow seniors to better manage their lives giving them freedom, independence and the ability to age with a peace of mind that their health problems are being addressed.

"We offer a one-of-a-kind solution that truly redefines what it means to age," said Jim Dalton, chairman and CEO of ActiveCare. The combination of GPS locating and now cellular triangulation combined with health monitoring technologies allow CareSpecialists to track and dispatch help no matter where the member may be, at home, around town or while traveling.  "We have a comprehensive portfolio that addresses the needs of the growing senior population, that offers seniors the freedom to remain independent living in their own home, aging in place," continued Dalton.  

About ActiveCare:

ActiveCare, Inc., ( is the service leader in care for the elderly, disabled or chronically ill providing deserved freedom while allowing members to remain living independently longer. ActiveCare incorporates cellular, GPS and fall detection technologies to provide a wide selection of concierge like services for members delivered by way of a hand-held or wearable PAL (Personal Assistance Link) device.  The PAL connects ActiveCare members to the CareCenter at the touch of a button or when a fall is detected, providing immediate service and peace of mind, 24 hours a day, seven days a week – at ANY time or location.  Headquartered in Salt Lake City, ActiveCare is committed to providing consistent excellence in quality and safety as well as friendly care for members and caregivers, alike.

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