Use Vitals™ Aware Services in your hometown or wherever you go.
Provide critical information instantly to first responders.
Enjoy peace of mind knowing our service never sleeps.
Helping individuals and families living with disabilities
Vitals™ Aware Services is a great resource for people living with emotional, intellectual and behavioral disabilities. Our service improves communication, increases independence and allows first responders access to the information they need to create safer interactions.
Help safety personnel identify your loved one with a photo, nickname, age, height and weight
Autism, Epilepsy, PTSD, Dementia, or other mental health disorders
Caregiver Contact Info
Provide phone numbers for multiple caregivers
Triggers & Techniques
Help first responders communicate and make more informed decisions using tailored approaches when interacting with your loved one
Record video clips that connect with individuals in a personal, effective, and calming way; caregivers can upload the individual's favorite video clip or an audio file of the caregiver's voice
"I don’t worry as much, because I have something that is going to communicate for me when I don’t have a voice."
Jillian GWoman with autism
"The Vitals™ service gives me peace of mind and my son greater independence in the community by providing immediate instruction for police officers to know how to interact with my son if the situation requires intervention."
Charlene DMother of son with autism
"We embrace using technology to help save lives and protect our residents and communities. The nature of our business is to make quick decisions with limited information. Vitals™ will provide more information to our officers about a vulnerable child, teenager or adult. We believe Vitals™ will help us make better informed decisions when responding to incidents."
Chief Todd AxtellSt. Paul, MN, Police Department
"I feel better knowing that my mom has Vitals™ so that if she wanders away and has an interaction with the police or first responders, they will understand my mother's condition and how to contact me or another family member."
Jennifer TDaughter of parent with dementia
"As a police department, we are always looking for innovative ways to provide better customer service for our community. Technology is a great way to enhance what we are already doing, and Vitals™ is part of the next generation of police tools with the potential to improve our service by providing important information to our officers in real-time."
Chief Rick MathwigRoseville, MN, Police Department