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Weymouth Woman's Worries Inspire Notification Business
(From The Patriot Ledger, Quincy, MA)

Rosemary Wilson of Weymouth says she was the type of mother who constantly worried about her children, now in their early 20s.

Those worries were the driving force behind the emergency notification service Wilson has launched.

The Weymouth resident has developed CareCall, a 24-hour emergency notification business that should appeal to parents who fret about their young children and teenagers, along with people who travel, senior citizens, or others with special needs.

FOX 25's 10:00 news recently featured CareCall. Here is the entire segment in a streaming format.

Wilson has developed a database that will hold personal information such as names of relatives, friends and employers, contact numbers, pager numbers, medical information and even information about pets.

Clients will get a CareCall hot line sticker affixed to a driver's license or photo ID. In the event of an emergency, doctors, nurses, police officers or school officials could call the hot line.

After verifying the identity of the emergency official who placed the call, Wilson said she would fax key contact and medical information to the official, who in turn would notify family members or other contacts.

"Everyone I talk to says there ought to be something like this available. I've done presentations to police and when I ask if there is a need for this kind of service, the answer is an emphatic, 'Yes!'" said Wilson.