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Eversound Announces Impact in Over 1,000 Senior Living Communities

02/22/2021

BOSTON –– February 22, 2021 –– Eversound, a leading provider of wireless listening systems
designed specifically for senior living communities, today announced that its easy-to-use
technology has impacted more than 1,000 senior living communities across the United States,
bringing amplified engagement experiences to over 10,000 senior living community residents.
“As early adopters of the Eversound platform, we are genuine believers in the technology’s
effectiveness in helping to improve the lives of our residents,” said Earl Parker, CEO of

Care options for seniors...tech included

Aging in place – it’s emerged (again) during these Covid-19 times. Déjà vu all over again. But ‘aging in place’ is still a challenge and maybe a pipe dream for seniors in their late 70’s or 80’s.  Consider a few issues for starters:  chronic health conditions, mobility limitations, stairs, snow/ice, driving, dangerous hills for walking, cognitive issues, and social isolation.  You get the idea.  Then there is the cost of 24x7 home care, same as assisted living (which is $67K/year in Massachusetts, for example) or even Genworth’s 44-hours of home care ($53-54K annual).  That may work for the most well-to-do seniors.  But families are still in a position of finding and then managing the care workers, even with agency assistance. So Mom or Dad stays at home as long as feasible and even beyond – and that’s why the home care industry today is booming. And competing for the same workers as senior living firms pay their CNAs

K4Connect Unveils Digital Content Suite for Older Adults + Announces Three Partners

01/27/2021

RALEIGH, N.C., Jan. 26, 2021 — K4Connect, a mission-driven technology company that integrates the best in technology to serve and empower older adults and individuals living with disabilities, today announced partnerships with three leading content creators – Coro Health, CuriosityStream and Spiro100. All K4Connect customers will have access to these curated offerings delivered through K4Community Plus, the company’s advanced mobile and web application.

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