The use of GPS-Trace platform applications helps to make the daily lives of our users more comfortable and safe, as these applications were created specifically for this purpose.
For example, by using Ruhavik, you can monitor your vehicle, optimizing expenses for its maintenance and preventing possible cases of theft.
And even finding a runaway dog on a walk will be easy with Petovik.
However, our applications also allow solving non-standard tasks.
Once we wrote about how one of our clients used our application to draw attention to the issue of early cancer diagnosis. For this, the client participated in a marathon, and more than a hundred people followed his participation precisely thanks to the Ruhavik application.
In this article, we will consider how using a GPS tracker and Ruhavik can make life easier for people with cognitive disorders and their caregivers who take care of their sick relatives.
It is no secret that we all get older every day. At the same time, none of us are immune to diseases that often accompany old age, such as dementia, Alzheimer's disease, and other cognitive conditions.
All of these are complex diseases that affect millions of people worldwide. Taking care of a person with such a disease can be a challenging and stressful experience for family and loved ones, especially when this person is prone to wandering and disorientation. However, thanks to the emergence of modern technologies, there are new solutions that can help families better care for their elderly relatives.
The use of a GPS tracker and Ruhavik can provide several advantages for the elderly and their caregivers. Here are some of the most notable:
The following are some features of Ruhavik that may be useful in the situation described:
The use of a GPS tracker and Ruhavik can significantly improve the lives of people with cognitive disorders and their families. These tools provide increased safety, a sense of confidence, improved quality of life, greater freedom, and better care for loved ones. If you care for someone with a cognitive disorder, consider using a GPS tracker and Ruhavik to make caregiving easier and more effective.