The wearable alert device and phone application that ensures care and safety in the home for those who need it most.

aging problems


Many seniors today say that they would prefer to stay in their homes, or “age in place,” for as long as possible. But as people get older, several age-related conditions can make living at home increasingly difficult. Challenges like cognitive decline and decreased mobility can make living at home without assistance difficult and unsafe. 

Living independently as an older person carries risks. One in four Americans aged 65 and older falls each year, according to the National Council on Aging, and every 19 minutes an older adult dies from a fall. Health ailments like urinary tract infections (UTI) become increasingly common in old age, too, accounting for about 8.1 million physician visits each year. There are physical problems caregivers and older patients have to worry about — mental illnesses like depression affect an estimated 7 million older adults annually.

And it’s not just physical problems caregivers and families have to worry about, it’s the 92% of seniors today who say that they would prefer to stay in their homes, or “age in place,” for as long as possible.

Since Covid-19 many adult children have become remote caregivers, hired home care agencies or hired someone to live in and care for their aging parent or parents. Once caregivers are hired families are struggling to find care answers for their declining senior loved ones. Their challenges include unexpected acuity changes, productivity of staff, and tech-savvy families who want to stay connected to their non tech savvy loved ones.

aging solutions


Care Bloom provides:
  • Protection and Care on Site
  • Fast, reliable response
  • Comfortable and durable devices
  • 24 hours a day, 7 days a week

Care Bloom, a Beachwood, Ohio-based health tech startup pinpoints the aging populations quality of life with machine learning-driven wearable devices. Care Bloom can raise the caregivers compliance up to 97%, reduce falls by 25 percent in the home and make aging in place much safer for seniors and aging adults.

We are able to detect with sensitive AI algorithms an individual’s active aging lifestyle, daily living and location, while providing real time phone app communication with all types of caregivers. The device senses bathroom activities, sleep patterns, eating, falls, illnesses, vitals, caregiver charting, management oversight, patient/caregiver interactions, and many more. This makes it efficient at revealing meaningful changes in all daily patterns of seniors because they lacked tracking activities.

At Care Bloom were helping older adults live a longer, healthier and safer life and providing all types of caregivers better ways to make that happen.

state-of-the-art technology infographic

State-of-the-art technology

The Health Tracking and Awareness Device (HTAD) creates the simple opportunity to track, monitor and alert on patients and caregiver compliance. It's real time and effective care that is constantly communicated between the patients, a care team, and family.

  • Fast, Reliable Response:
    Our state-of-the-art technology lets you connect with a highly trained emergency operator instantly.
  • Prioritize Home Care Needs:
    HTAD helps care givers prioritize staff time in areas where senior clients need the most care.
  • Find Seniors with Smart Location Awareness:
    HTAD displays near real time location of seniors in their homes on web and mobile apps. In areas of the home that families have determined might be dangerous for the senior, The Awareness Devices sends multi-mode alerts when the senior approaches a prohibited area.
  • Get Early Warnings of Potential Health Problems:
    HTAD detects changes that may signal the onset of serious health problems, like urinary tract infections, and alerts the home care provider for early intervention before the senior needs to be hospitalized.
  • Extend the Reach of Home Care:
    For seniors that may not be ready for care homes, HTAD can provide a level of monitoring to reassure families. For seniors receiving home care who cannot or do not want to move to assisted living, Our Awareness Devices can supplement home care services by providing 24/7 monitoring.