SeizureAlert is a user-friendly application available for the Apple Watch who monitors in real time the physical data and seizure-like motion for those with seizure disorders. In addition, the app will alert loved ones and caregivers when a seizure occurs.
Designed to provide real peace of mind for families dealing with epilepsy and enhance the safety of people prone to seizures. It also provides a level of autonomy and independence that was not possible before.
GPS Location Tracking
Your location is sent to your emergency contacts with help requests. This allows your loved ones to know exactly where you are.
Lock screen info
When seizure occurs, the phone will display a message explaining the epileptic condition and indicate actions that must be taken.
Alert loved ones
Alert will be received by SMS, email and/or phone by family members, friends or caregivers in case of seizure or when assistance is required.
Alerts go out within seconds after detecting patterns of abnormal repetitive motion and/or elevated heart rate.
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Features that makes it easy to live with epilepsy and deliver peace of mind
Seizure motion snooze
Seizure monitoring can be disabled or snoozed if you plan to do activities that may trigger false seizure detections.
Logged event data
Automatically record audio, duration and severity of abnormal motion. All of this data is available for later analysis and review in a graphical visualization.
Log seizure event
Maintain a complete log of all of your seizure activity, mood, medication, trigger and personal note.
The watch’s bearer will have his heart rate monitored and those data will be stored for analysis purpose.
Emergency button that can be pushed upon any kind of emergency to alert family members or caregivers.
SMS, Email, Phone Alert
Alerts can be send by SMS, email and/or phone to the select contact. Cancel easily any alerts that could be falsely generated.
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What our users say
On a regular basis, our users share with us the relevance and benefits they get with SeizureAlert.
Choose your pricing plan
Choose the one that fit you most
- Seizure-like detection
- Seizure tracking
- Event log diary
- Lock screen display
- Emergency contact
$ 25 / yr
- All free features
- GPS tracking
- Unlimited contacts
- Monitor snooze
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Have a question about the app or functionalities? You can find the answers for the most common questions asked by our users.
Currently SeizureAlert can detect seizure-like/abnormal movement, elevated heart rate and/or abnormal sounds and automatically notify caregivers.
Disclaimer : SeizureAlert monitors movements and sends alerts when detecting repetitive shaking motion. SeizureAlert does not convert your iPhone or Apple Watch into a medical device and is not intended to be used in the diagnosis, monitoring, prevention, or treatment of disease. The information provided is intended for your general knowledge only and is not a substitute for professional medical advice or treatment for specific medical conditions. You should not use this information to diagnose or treat a health problem or disease without consulting with a qualified healthcare provider. Please consult your healthcare provider with any questions or concerns you may have regarding your condition. We make no claims regarding accuracy of detection, but we do offer sensitivity controls within the app so that you are able to customize it for yourself.
Our source of inspiration
Our first source of inspiration is Leeloo, the cute little girl you see in the picture. Leeloo has had epilepsy for a few years. The constant worry of her mother has made her daddy programmer decide to develop the present application. To reassure mom first, then, to help others to deal with epilesy, their relatives and loved ones who have to live with epilepsy.learn more
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