I'm Okay will send you scheduled notifications asking, "Are you okay?" If you respond "Yes," you're done, and you'll be asked again if you're okay X hours later.
But if you don't respond to the notification, I'm Okay will let your linked contacts know, and they can choose to check on you to make sure you're alright.
Your friends and loved ones can add you as a linked contact, meaning you'll be notified if they don't answer "Yes" to their I'm Okay notifications.
This gentle heads up means you'll automatically know if something's wrong, and you can choose to contact your loved one to make sure they're okay (just in case).
If you've got kids living away from home, it can be hard to stay in touch. I'm Okay won't bother you until they stop responding to their notifications, so you won't have to worry about whether or not they're alright.
The Golden Years can be a little tricky. When the going gets rough, I'm Okay can give you confidence that if anything happens, your trusted neighbors and loved ones will be notified automatically and can help you as soon as possible.
Life is more unpredictable than ever. Since nobody knows what could happen today, your friends and family may be clueless for hours, days, or even weeks if something bad happens. With I'm Okay, they'll know much, much sooner.