What We Do
WeTraq – A Complete Solution
Imagine the reality of your child or parent going missing. A terrifying thought, and an every day possibility for the loved ones of those diagnosed with Autism or Dementia.
WeTraq is a small credit card sized device that helps ease the anxieties of families and caregivers by ensuring they can monitor the location of their loved ones anytime and anywhere across the globe!
How It Works
Global CoverageLocate your loved ones around the globe. WeTraq combines cellular radio, GPS, and wireless technology to provide global coverage with precise location. WeTraq is the smallest Global WiFi Tracking Device on IoT that will allow you to monitor the location of your loved ones anytime and anywhere.
Helping HandsWirelessly connect the device to several mobile phones. Never worry that you are the only one monitoring the location of your tracking device. WeTraq can be paired with the mobile phone of every person responsible for your loved one’s safety.
Extended Battery LifeOur long lasting, rechargeable battery ensures the device is always active. The battery lasts up to 28 days based on usage, and can be easily recharged using the microUSB port.
Track Multiple DevicesCaregivers can track several different WeTraq devices from a single mobile phone.
SOS ButtonReceive SMS alerts on your WeTraq Mobile App when your loved ones need help and press the SOS button on the device.
GeofencingReceive immediate alerts whenever your WeTraq device enters or exits your custom safe zone.
Autism & Dementia
Many mental health and medical conditions make it challenging to care for a loved one. Severe autism, dementia, Alzheimer’s disease – these are only a few examples. Caring for a loved one affected by these conditions can be difficult, particularly when it comes to ensuring that the individual remains safe and in a protected area. They can become confused, disoriented, or convinced they need to go somewhere. What do you do to ensure that you know where they are at all times?
The answer is a GPS tracking system. Yes, there are several such systems on the market, but WeTraq outperforms those other options, providing the security your loved one needs, and the peace of mind you deserve.
It is estimated that there will be a 75% increase in people affected byAutism, Alzheimer's and other form of Dementia by 2026.
More than 60% of those with Alzheimer's will wander at some point.
One of the keys to WeTraq’s success is the comfort offered. Other systems may use a pendant or bracelet, but these can be uncomfortable for an autistic individual, dementia patient, or Alzheimer’s patient to wear. What happens when your loved one removes it? You lose the ability to track their movements. WeTraq is the size and shape of a credit card, and can be easily attached to clothing, backpacks/book bags and just about anything else, ensuring easier tracking without any discomfort.
Too many GPS systems suffer from limited geographic coverage. This is particularly true with basic pendants and bracelets, which might work within only a mile or less of the base. What if your loved one travels farther than that? WeTraq provides global coverage, so no matter where your loved one might be, you can easily find them.
At WeTraq, we understand the challenges of caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease, dementia, severe autism and other conditions. We provide you with the tools needed to ensure that you’re able to locate your loved one if they become disoriented or confused, and leave their protected area.
We invite you to contact us today to learn more about how we can ensure the security your loved one needs, and the peace of mind you deserve.
Over 11 million people are affected with Autism, Alzheimer's and other forms of Dementia. That's more than 3% of the total population of Canada & US.
WeTraq Improves Your Caregiving Capabilities and Bolsters Business Success.
When families entrust their loved ones to you, they do so with the understanding that you will safeguard those individuals. Of course, this can be a significant challenge, particularly if the patient is dealing with Alzheimer’s or dementia, is easily confused or disoriented, or becomes combative and decides they want to leave.
16.2% of the population of Canada and the US are seniors over 65. That's 58 million people.
Of those 58 million seniors, over 30% live in long term care or retirement homes.
Ready to learn more about how WeTraq can ensure better care capabilities for your business? Contact us today.
““Wandering can mean bolting off while in the care of a responsible person, or running out of a secured environment (home, school) while nobody is watching. While not all autistic people wander off, many do. What makes elopement even more dangerous is when the autistic person is non-verbal, with limited communications skills or when their safety awareness is extremely impaired. Tracking devices are designed to help protect people who cannot protect themselves; the vulnerable who do not have the language skills to communicate or when the cognitive understanding of safety and danger is significantly impaired.”
– Linda Mastroianni, Speaking Autism –
“Being personally involved in the Dementia and Research Community as a Technology Caregiver Advisor with Alzheimer Societies, Age-Well and mentor/judge at health hackathons, I’ve had the opportunity to see numerous solutions and developments. WeTraq has introduced unique and innovative additions to locating devices such as WiFi tracking and it’s Credit Card form that I have not seen as of yet. I fully support the continued work they are creating to take locating devices to the next stage of development with better accuracy and a slimmer device.”
– Ron Beleno, Age-Well Caregiver, Age-Wel –