CheckOnMe is free mobile app that lets users protect themselves and the people they love by connecting their images to emergency information through facial recognition.

This makes it easy for first responders and other users to use their own smart phones to scan someone in need and contact their loved ones in an emergency.

Due to privacy concerns, the app is designed to primarily connect faces to emergency contact numbers. Users do not need to provide any additional information, although an open text box allows users to share any information they are comfortable to share that they believe may be helpful to first responders—for example, a dementia patient may include the address of their care center.

This app is ideal for everyone, but in particular, can be helpful for people with elderly parents, young children, or family members with medical conditions such as dementia, diabetes, allergies, autism, epilepsy, a pacemaker, and more. In an emergency, CheckOnMe can get help to registered users faster.

For those who just want to help others, it is as simple as downloading CheckOnMe and having it ready for use. Users do not need to sign-up or register an account to help others.

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Get the Mobile App

Download the app today and sign-up for an account. Upload photos of your loved ones and connect their images to your mobile number so you can be contacted easily.

Helping others is as simple as downloading the CheckOnMe app and having it ready for use.  You don't need to sign-up or register an account to help others.

Tell your family, friends and neighbours to download the app today. The more people who use the app, the more effective it is.