What are some of your favourite high-tech rehab products for seniors?
This organization was established in 2016 to assist older adults in avoiding loneliness and social isolation, a universal problem between seniors leading to poor health. Their gadget is a robot named ElliQ, a “sidekick for happier ageing” described by Dor Skuler, co-founder and CEO. The proactive cognitive artificial intelligence product arranges conversation to help the elder stay in touch with relatives, friends, or loved ones, engage in healthy habits such as medication, and remain connected with the outside world.
Vik Kashyap, the founder, and CEO, has decided to turn the toilet into a source of important health information. After understanding that what is flushed away can lead to potential health problems, Kashyap designed a toilet seat called TrueLoo. It can fit on any toilet and has sensors to identify the user. TrueLoo scans the toilet bowl to determine the excreta’s quantity, colour, density, regularity, and shape.
This is a cloud-based program enhancing patient health and wellness within connected care. The newest gadget was launched under the VitalCare brand in 2018. Using only a watch called VitalBand, the emergency voice call-out and fall-detection present a subtle way to watch out for falls and simultaneously trace vital signs such as heart and respiratory rate, oxygen congestion, and physical activity sleep quality. It also comes with a reminder for getting the medication on time.