When GreatCall's device detects a fall, an audible prompt notifies the user that a call will be made to 5Star urgent response agents.
Called Honor Now, the service wows to bring customers a care coordinator (so-called CarePro) either to them or their elderly family members within two hours.
Called Numera EverThere, the solution connects seniors with their loved ones through real-time monitoring and notifications.
Announced during this year's CES, the device is an activity tracker for the elderly that can be worn on the wrist or around the neck.
Using the Link app, caregiver can schedule the type of question, frequency, and the methods in which they want to be notified of any issues.
The new offering will provide seniors, caregivers and medical professionals with access to multiple personalized resources to help with all aspects of aging.
The companion app enables families to match their loved one with a vetted caregiver, watch video interviews, and get real-time access to daily GPS check-ins.
Called Kanega watch, the wearable device is easy to use, relying on speech interface rather than buttons, as well as cellular and Wi-Fi connectivity.
A patent application suggests Apple wants to turn its smartwatch into a full-fledged medical device, which could automatically send out an alert when needed.
The tablet provides simple and safe ways to stay connected with family, friends and caregivers; it offers access to games, photo sharing, video chat and more.