GrandCare Awards & Testimonials
Mrs. Howells, pictured here at her 100th birthday party, used GrandCare for more than five years. One of the things she struggled with was her hearing. With GrandCare, she and her family were able to overcome this hurdle. We’ll let her daughter, Judy Timmons, explain.
As my mom began to go deaf, my sister and I and our children were unable talk to her on the phone at all. Grandcare was our savior. Every day we would email her and she also could respond to us. It was a great way for us to keep her in the loop of family comings and goings and also to hear from her. We also could upload photos of the grandkids etc. We could remind my mom to be ready to be picked up at certain times for appointments and parties etc. Grandcare was truly our lifesaver. I don’t know what we would have done without it. We would highly recommend it.
Mom and I consider the folks at GrandCare as a part of our extended family. They truly care about us, the quality system they provide and are genuinely good people. I highly recommend them and the GrandCare system.Carol Roberts
The Sterling Awards are sponsored by AARP and were presented at a special event during the Silvers Summit at CES 2012 to identify the peerless products that enhance, empower and exemplify the lifestyles of the Boomer and Silvers audience.
The greatest benefit of this must-have system is in its ease of use to maintain independent living at home through coordinated care and supervision. This multifaceted system has endless benefits that are truly appreciated with continued use.
Tracey L. Wolfman
Launched by It Is Innovation (i3), formerly Vision Magazine, and the CEA Small Business Council, CEA’s Innovation Entrepreneurship Awards Program recognizes entrepreneurs leading businesses with revenues under $30 million and the contributions they make to the U.S. economy.
GrandCare has changed the way we offer care. We use it to remotely monitor our clients’ vitals and quickly identify if a physical nursing visit is needed. It’s been a Godsend for our hospice clients who use it for end-of-life conversations.
2011 Mary Furlong & Associates, Boomer Venture Summit: Flame Award for Excellence in Leadership and Innovation
The What’s Next 2011 Boomer Business Innovation Awards were presented at the eighth annual What’s Next Boomer Business Summit during the awards ceremony and reception.
GrandCare received an award from the Mobile Health Expo 2010 for the following category: Outstanding Contribution to the Growth and Success of Aging in Place using Mobile Health Technology.