WILMINGTON, NC (WECT) - A parent will often leave vital information about their child for a babysitter, in a large binder. However, if a babysitter cannot access this information at any time, it will not help protect the child.
As a nanny, former University of North Carolina Wilmington student Annalee Carter, realized this was an issues. It inspired her to develop a mobile application to make a child's vital information accessible at anytime.
"Rescue Me" was developed a year and a half ago, but as if this week, it is available on Itunes for free.
"Rescue Me" helps caretakers store vital information about children and teaches kids an easier way to dial emergency services.
Carter is still working with developers to make the app available on Android devices.
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