Bringing families together

Did you know that 1 in 3 seniors live in social isolation? A statistic hard to believe in this world full of communication technology, but the truth is social isolation is a strong a risk factor for mortality as are smoking and obesity. At conpago we are dedicated to combatting social isolation by using technology that fits into our daily routines to bring families together.




How Conpago Works

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Social Connection

Conpago uses a warm glowing light to alert loved ones when you are active. Through research we now know that seeing a glowing light to indicate loved ones are active triggers the same chemical reaction in the brain as physical contact.

Smart Alerts

By linking in with our every day routine, Conpago can determine when a daily routine is broken and something may be wrong. Conpago can then send alerts to the connected units or the smart phone so family members can check on their loved ones.

Call Me

Through Conpago an elderly loved one or relative can at the push of a button send a request to your smart phone to call her. This means she doesn't have to worry about calling at a bad time and can easily alert you if something is wrong.

Share Messages

Receiving messages from loved one has been proven to release a chemical in the brain called dopamine which makes us feel happy. Conpago makes it incredible simple for elderly users to receive and send messages without learning any new technology.

Video Calling

At the push of a button you can start a video call with loved ones. Use the Conpago phone app to start a call with an elderly loved one or they can start a call with at the push of a button. No confusing software and no signing up to call services.


Set reminders for appointments or to take medications. Reminders can set using the device itself or can be set by a loved one or relative using a the Conpago smart phone application.

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