Most frequently asked questions:

Everyone can access the Family HQ App for FREE during a 14 day trial of our premium features. 

Once your trial has completed you can either choose between the standard or premium version to look after your loved ones health. 

Standard Features: Paracetamol & Ibuprofen Tracking.

Premium features include: Medicine Cabinet, Paracetamol & Ibuprofen Tracking, Innovative Warning System if you have accidentally given too much  paracetamol or ibuprofen, Fever Tracker, Health Action Plans and reminders for Regular Medications, Health Diary, and quick sharing of health records. 

Take control of your children’s health and have the records at hand when you need them most

Premium – By upgrading to Family HQ Premium, you will be able to access all app features including:
– Family HQ Medicine Cabinet
– Paracetamol & Ibuprofen Tracking
– Innovative Warning System if accidental overdose has occurred 
– Fever Tracker
– Treatment Plans
– Health Diary
– Easy Record Sharing

All this for a monthly subscription of only $3.99! (less than a cup of coffee 😉)

In addition, Family HQ Premium is ad free🙌

Not 100% sure? We’re confident you’ll love this app, but rest assured you can downgrade to the standard version of Family HQ at any time.

Standard – The Family HQ Standard subscription is just $0.99 per month 

The subscription you choose will be processed through your Apple Account/Google Play Account.

Be sure to get in quick!! These are our introductory prices and they will not be staying this low for long. 

The Family HQ app makes it easy for you to track all medications given to your loved ones.  

We have designed an easy to use paracetamol and ibuprofen tracking when your little one is sick, no more notes on the bench or trying to remember when it was last given. Invite your child’s other parent to be the 2nd user and they can see in real time what has been given and when. 

The Family HQ app will advise you when it is safe to give another dose and our app will alert you if you have accidentally given too much over a 24hr period.