“In the heart or every caregiver is a knowing that we are all connected. As I do for you, I do for me.”

― Tia Walker, The Inspired Caregiver: Finding Joy While Caring for Those You Love

Two entrepreneurs in Middle America are about to launch a system globally that may revolutionize the way baby boomers care for their aging parents.

Bryan Jefferson and Scott Mosher have been piloting SmartCare in Missouri—where they are headquartered—and several other states since early 2015. They began working on the technology in 2012.

But if things go as planned, the Jefferson and Mosher hope to make the cloud-based technology available for shipping and self-installation all over the world this year.

A team meeting at the SmartCare headquarters in St. Charles, Missouri.

A team meeting at the SmartCare headquarters in St. Charles, Missouri.

A technical director and marketing professional, respectively, Jefferson and Mosher co-founded SmartCare Consultants in St. Charles, Mo with the goal of using a managed technology service to keep senior adults safe and in their own homes longer.

The technology utilizes a series of pre-programmed data-collecting sensors to allow senior care providers to monitor and alert on the activities of seniors in their homes or care communities.