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ActiveCare Featured in Report by First Berlin Equity Research GmbH

Wednesday, May 18, 2011 General News J E 4
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SALT LAKE CITY, May 18, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- ActiveCare, Inc. (ACAR.OB) a leader in senior care technology, today announced on going coverage and profile from First Berlin Equity Research, GmbH.

"The technology and service has a huge growth potential as health costs especially in the US are exploding," (First Berlin, 2011).  ActiveCare's technologies and services assist seniors no matter where they may be, allowing seniors to live an independent yet safe lifestyle with their medical and everyday needs being met 24/7.

In addition to the First Berlin report ActiveCare has received media coverage including The New York Times, CBS Early Show and St. Petersburg Times.  In a recent article by Dr. John L. Faessel featured in On The Market summarized ActiveCare's technology and service offerings simply stating "Right time. Right place. Right Product."

"Our products and services change lives.  We provide seniors with peace of mind and freedom to remain active on the go, as well as independence and safety at home.  We can do this with the combination of state of the art technology with our one of a kind CareCenter. All members need to do is to press one button and they are immediately connected to a CareSpecialist," said Jim Dalton, Chairman and CEO of ActiveCare.

Earlier this year ActiveCare engaged Incucomm Inc., an independent research agency to conduct a third party study on the market and opportunity.

"The Incucomm report is a vital tool that will allow us to refine our product and service offerings as well as help guide our sales effort," continued Dalton. The First Berlin Report is available online by going to www.activecare.com/investor.

About ActiveCare:

ActiveCare, Inc., (www.activecare.com) is the service leader in care for the elderly, disabled or chronically ill providing deserved freedom while allowing members to remain living independently longer.  The ActiveCare solution incorporates sensor technologies that allows a member to be constantly monitored in their own home and on the go.  Inside the member's home, ActiveCare installs sensors that allows ActiveCare's 24/7 CareCenter™ to monitor their movements and health conditions.  When the CareCenter™ detects any type of anomaly it can immediately contact the member through a body worn watch device, the ActiveWatch™ or through the ActivePortal™, a video portal located in the senior's home.  This video portal allows live video interaction between the member and the CareSpecialist™ – providing a personal and bonding experience.  The CareCenter™ can remotely monitor the member's eating habits with sensors on the stove, refrigerator and cabinets.  The CareSpecialist™ can also monitor the medications the senior is taking and insure that they are taking the right medications at the right time – all through ActiveCare's sensor technologies.  In addition, the CareCenter can track vital signs such as heart rate, blood pressure, weight and glucose levels.  It can also monitor how long the member has been in bed or in a chair and can assist in turning on and off lights and locking or unlocking doors.

When the members are on the go away from their home, they can be tracked through ActiveCare's GPS technology.  Through the ActiveWatch™ or ActiveOne+™ PAL members can instantly contact a CareSpecialist™ with the press of a button or automatically when a fall occurs.  

Headquartered in Salt Lake City, Utah, ActiveCare is committed to providing consistent excellence in quality and safety as well as friendly care for members and caregivers, alike.  To learn more about ActiveCare, Inc. visit www.activecare.com or contact investor/media relations at 877-219-6050.

SOURCE ActiveCare, Inc.

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