Since 2005, GrandCare Systems has provided the most comprehensive caregiving technology on the market, enabling individuals to remain safe, healthy and happy at home. GrandCare’s simple touch platform enables a Resident to view pictures, receive incoming messages, watch videos, video chat with family, listen to music, and play fun games. Using a series of wireless activity and telehealth devices, GrandCare can alert designated caregivers by phone, email, or text if anything seems amiss (medications not accessed, glucose levels not taken, abnormal activity, etc.).
Zero computer experience is required!
Small wireless daily activity (ADL) and smart home sensors (motion, door, temperature, bed, caller-id, etc.) report automatically to the GrandCare touchscreen in the residence. Designated remote Caregivers and family members can log on to our Internet Care Portal to view trending activity, pin-point potential problems and set up alert rules. Based upon these specified rules, Caregivers can receive automated phone calls, emails or text messages if an event occurs.
The GrandCare System is flexible, and can be customized to meet each independent individual’s needs.
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Wireless health devices such as a weight scale, pulse oximeter, glucometer, and blood pressure device can automatically record and store readings on the GrandCare touchscreen.
Authorized family members and care providers can log on to our Internet Care Portal to view trending health data and set up parameters to receive email, phone, or text wellness alerts to notify them if readings have or have not been taken.
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GrandCare can prompt a Resident when it is time to take medications with instructions and a picture of the medication to be taken right on the GrandCare touchscreen.A wireless sensor on a pill cabinet can also notify a caregiver or resident whether the cabinet was accessed and at what time.
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The GrandCare touchscreen monitor displays a constant communication stream managed online by remote Caregivers. Zero computer skills are needed for the individual using the GrandCare touchscreen. Communications include personal photos, messages, emails, appointments, local weather, news headlines, trivia, and spiritual offerings.
The Resident can choose to watch videos, listen to music, check calendar and weather updates, play games, or just video chat with family members.
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