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Wellcore begins shipping

04/29/2010



 


The Wellcore System Begins Shipping Featuring the Most Advanced Automatic Fall Detection Available



 

 

New Mobile Personal Emergency Response System Provides Seniors and Caregivers a Better Solution for Safety and Wellness

Wellcore Announces Automatic Fall Detection and Wellness Monitoring System

01/06/2010

Wellcore Announces Automatic Fall Detection and Wellness Monitoring System
New Wireless Belt Clip Keeps Seniors Safe, Independent and Always Connected to Caregivers and Family

AAHSA 2009 -- Wide windows, Bright 'Idea House', Same-old industry

I was compelled to attend. AAHSA 2009 "Changing Lives" Conference -- 9000 people, 425 exhibitors. This was a beautiful (and may soon be gone) venue -- McCormick Place Lakeside Center. Gorgeous multi-story windows facing the 180 degree panorama of nearly boat-free Lake Michigan.

Fall detection -- human airbags -- nonsense or good sense?

The 'inventive' Japanese who brought you the web-connected tea kettle in 2005, have something to offer for fall detection and prevention beyond motion sensors. A Japanese company has invented an airbag that inflates in 0.1 of a second if it detects a person falling backwards.

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