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3-11-10 AgeTech Call Topic: Remote Monitoring for Caregiving, Card Access speaks

Join us tomorrow (3-11-10) at 2pm EST/1pm CST for our weekly industry AGETECH webinar/conference call!

A.INTRODUCING the NEW AgeTek Alliance (A consortium formed in the spirit of co-ompetition. Working together to achieve the same goals) Peter Radsliffe, Chairman of AgeTek will tell you how you can join this EFFORT!
C. EHX – there’s still time to sign up!!! JOIN US

2. WEBINAR Topic: Remote Monitoring for Care Giving. What is it? Why should we care?
Kent Hansen, President and CEO for Card Access, Inc will talk about Remote Monitoring for Care Giving. What is it? Why should we care? And, how their new product, CloseBy Network has been developed to keep people aging in place.

when: Thurs Mar 11, 2010, 2pm EST/1pm CST
where: http://my.dimdim.com/grandcare
optional dial in: listed at the top of the webinar!

These aging & technology conference calls are open to anyone and everyone in the aging and technology industry and are meant to educate, learn from each other and network!

Remember, The Aging Tsunami Will Float All Boats!!! Let’s work together


Laura Mitchell
Your Host
Director of Business Relations
GrandCare Systems

GrandCare combines 4 smart technologies (social networking, ADL monitoring, telewellness & cognitive prompts) into one easy-to-use SYSTEM for individuals who want to AGE RESPONSIBLY at home. ZERO computer know-how necessary!!

Caregiver Systems for Aging Seniors and Chronic Conditions

Nice article by Home Controls: Caregiver Systems (Strategic Distribution Partner for GrandCare Systems)

Caregiver Systems for Aging Seniors and Chronic Conditions

bioAuthor: Cheryl Kerr, Home Controls Inc.

1) Tell us about the new division Home Controls just launched, Caregiver Systems
Caregiver Systems by Home Controls is an exciting opportunity to help aging seniors and people with chronic illnesses stay independent in their own homes longer than ever before. We feature innovative technology that takes an important step beyond typical home automation.

Dealers will recognize the usual activity monitoring, automatic alerts and 2-way touchscreen communication, but now there are fully integrated wellness devices, reporting, cognitive tools and much more.

In fact, the long list of features and affordable pricing opens up multiple markets including In-home Care Providers and Assisted Living Facilities (ALF) themselves. The feedback we’re receiving is positive across the board…

Read more: http://www.hometoys.com/ezine/09.12/caregiver/