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Age is not a barrier, but a new chapter to embrace

Experience these next years of life in good health.

Take control of your health with age-friendly digital tools, and discover the path to ageing well. 

The secret to ageing well

Preventing decline in your physical and mental capacity. How? By being a proactive participant in your own health and well-being.

We know it’s easier said than done. 

But with support and guidance from MyLiferafts mobile app and digital tools, you can feel empowered to actively manage your health, take steps to reduce your hospitalisation risk and discover enriching activities to live a healthier and happier life.

Simplified. Digital health products to support ageing


Reduce the stress of hospital discharge with one simple app


Your health tool to navigate the challenges of ageing

Emergency Card

Your lifeline during an emergency

Enjoy a life that is
healthier for longer.

Myra App

myra app: facilitating your hospital discharge

Feeling overwhelmed by the challenges of ageing? 

With possible health obstacles; lifestyle adjustments to consider, and desperately trying to remain independent, it can be a lot! And then you’ve got the frustration of trying to find relevant information and help to support your needs, in what feels like a very disjointed health and care system. 

Our app provides resources to help take the stress out of managing your’s and your loved ones health.

  • Offers a checklist of essential questions to ask.
  • Strengthens your caregiving journey with supportive tools.
  • Supports you in finding the right resources to aid your recovery journey

With The MyLiferaft app you can:

Most of us will require care,  at some point in our lives. We don’t plan for it, it can just happen.

Being prepared and knowledgeable is critical for the carer and the person they are caring for.

Create your MyLiferaft account today and start to benefit from the many healthcare and well-being features that are a part of MyLiferaft.

MyLiferaft App Features

About me

Start to build a picture, select what is important to you.


Add contacts, invite them to to see parts/all of your information. 


Monitor and understand  particular aspects of your life;  weight, blood pressure


Make sure you and others know what’s happening and when.


Set up and monitor your progress by completing actions.


Print or directly share information with others especially for those who can’t tell others themselves.


Set reminders and receive notifications


Use the journal as a diary and record how you are feeling or what you’ve been doing.

Don’t wait for an accident to happen - be prepared!

Paramedics have said: “Everyone should have one.”

Your emergency card contains vital information such as medical conditions, allergies, medications, and more. Keep this card in your wallet/purse, for immediate access by emergency services.

It can reduce unnecessary hospital admissions, prevent minor emergencies from becoming life-threatening events and provide peace of mind for loved ones.

It takes minutes to create and could save valuable minutes in an emergency.