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Always Best Care Introduces 24/7 Virtual Care Agent by Sensi.AI


Always Best Care Senior Services, one of the leading senior care franchise systems in the United States, announced today the launch of a 24/7 AI Virtual Care Agent by Sensi.Ai to be available to its franchisees nationwide this month. This audio-based AI technology developed specifically for in home non-medical care environments analyzes physical, cognitive, and emotional events and trends around-the-clock, providing data-based insights and recommendations on the health and safety of our clients.

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OneStep Revolutionizes Care With Expansion of Innovative Digital Care Solution Into Older Adult Communities


NEW YORK CITY, N.Y. — OneStep, an FDA-listed medical app that uses smartphone motion sensors to provide immediate, clinically-validated feedback on gait and mobility, today announced its expansion into older adult communities such as skilled nursing facilities (SNFs) and senior living communities (SLCs) throughout the United States.

A decade later -- Next Generation Response Systems have arrived

The more things change in the PERS/medical alert industry… Long ago (10 years, to be exact), a survey report plus future market predictions was published.  From website review, the cash cow world of medical alert devices and recurring revenue appears from the outside to be largely unchanged. On the LifeAlert website, the woman is still falling and can’t get up. Medical Guardian also informs that every 11 seconds, 1 in 4 Americans aged 65+ experience a fall-related injury. The National Council on Aging site, NCOA features medical alert vendor comparisons in which the vendor earns a commission if purchased through the site. Vendors still claim a that market penetration is still low, that only 8% of seniors believe they need such a device, a helpful persuasion tactic to motivate security dealers and retailers.

Toch Sleepsense technology enables retirement home staff to monitor overnight bed-exits for seniors with real-time alerts


May 2, 2023 (Ottawa, ON) – Many seniors struggle with insomnia or may be living with dementia – conditions that can put them at increased risk of injury from nighttime wandering and falls. Nevertheless, overnight staff at care homes are faced with the challenge of providing direct and continuous monitoring of all at-risk residents.

The New Caspar.AI Care App Makes Caregivers More Effective


PALO ALTO, Calif., March 8, 2023 ( - Caspar.AI has launched a new app for caregivers in collaboration with three clients: The Forest at Duke, NC; Heritage at Lyngblomsten, MN; and Ascension Living. The application gives caregivers behavioral data about their residents at their fingertips, making them exponentially more effective.

"We reduced nightly visits by staff with Caspar.AI. This increased our operating efficiency AND improved resident care, both at the same time," said Kelly Fieldhouse, Memory Care Director, United Methodist Communities at Bristol Glen.

A Free Service for Seniors to Bring Peace of Mind


CHIANG MAI, Thailand (February 17, 2023)— A new check-in service for
seniors living alone named “I’m Still Okay” was launched on February
17. “I’m Still Okay” is a balanced approach to preparing for
emergencies in a dignified and empowering manner.

David Freidberg, a 73 years old American who lives in Chiang Mai, Thailand,
conceived of the idea of a service for seniors living alone. But only after
working with his friend Jouni Flemming, a software engineer from Finland,
this idea materialized into an online service called “I’m Still Okay”.

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Introducing WellAware Care: An Affordable In-Home Safety Solution


BOSTON, Mass (Feb. 27, 2023) - WellAware Care ( offers remote monitoring and fall detection systems for patients with neurological disorders, such as strokes, dementia, and Alzheimer’s. Patients with these types of conditions are usually senior citizens who are more prone to accidental falls that lead to severe injury and challenging complications. By using remote monitoring technology, patients and their support network can breathe a sigh of relief knowing WellAware Care is scanning the premises in real-time 24/7! 


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