When you enter a phone number in the box above, it will send the app download link to that number.

Three Steps to Save a Life.

Simple set up.

Enter your personal information and your contacts’ details. Keep iUDAME on your phone’s home screen for easy access.

One-touch response.

In an emergency, open the app and activate it with one touch. Get help even when you can’t call, text, or speak.

Help is on the way!

iUDAME sends an alert to up to five trusted contacts by text, email, and voice call, sharing your location while also alerting 911.

Who uses iUDAME

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Women

Enter your personal information and your contacts’ details. Keep iUDAME on your phone’s home screen for easy access.

Parents

Install on family phones and keep track of your child. Activate your child’s app from your own phone in an emergency.

U.S. Travelers

Travel to new places within the U.S. with confidence. (And sleep a little easier when loved ones are traveling.)

Living with Illnesses & Allergies

Bring help a step closer. Quickly reach family, carers, or medical help in an emergency, even when you can’t speak.

Workers

From social workers to realtors to drivers to janitors, iUDAME has your back in potentially risky
situations.

Businesses & Organizations

The app for when you can’t be out there with them. One-touch emergency alerts for your workers in the field.

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Our Story

Michael Nelson, a published neuroscientist, conceived the idea for iUDAME after a personal tragedy. His sister suffered a sudden heart attack in the shower when she was just 32 years old. She called her husband, who urged her to call 911. But help didn’t come soon enough, and she passed away.


When this happens to someone you love, you can’t keep away the questions. What if she hadn’t had to choose between calling an ambulance and alerting loved ones? Her neighbor was an EMT—what if he’d known something was wrong? What if help had come just a little faster? We can’t know for sure what would have happened. But we know there are many more people who don’t have to face emergencies alone. We know there are lives we can save.