K4Connect and Eskaton Partner to Deploy Connected-Life Tech in California
California-based Eskaton, a nonprofit community-based senior living provider, and North Carolina-based K4Connect, a mission-centered technology company, recently announced a strategic partnership to deploy K4Connect’s senior living solution, K4Community, in communities throughout California.
Specifically, K4Community will be integrated into 10 of Eskaton’s planned and existing senior living communities in 2018.
K4Community permits residents to manage several aspects of their lives, including more responsive and personalized living environments, the streamlined capability to connect with loved ones and other residents, and the ability stay up-to-date with the latest events, dining, wellness programs ,and community news. K4Community also provides staff in-depth management and analytics tools.
Tradition Senior Living and Enchanted Rock Collaborate on Electrical Backup System
Texas-based Tradition Senior Living recently entered into a long-term agreement with Houston-based Texas Microgrid LLC to provide Enchanted Rock’s On Demand Electric Reliability service for Tradition’s newest community, The Tradition-Buffalo Speedway in Houston, Texas.
This means that Enchanted Rock, which specializes in resiliency microgrids, will provide electrical backup service for Tradition’s whole campus, including life safety.
Reemo Health Partners with ADT for Senior Care Solution
Minneapolis-based health and safety technology solutions provider Reemo Health recently expanded its network of partners to include ADT and Teradata, in addition to its current partnership with Samsung Electronics America.
As a result, seniors, using ADT’s personal emergency response system, can connect with specially-trained ADT security agents through a live, two-way voice assistant accessed by a tap on a Samsung Gear S2/S3 watch with Reemo software.
Status Solutions Launches CATIE Web for Senior Living Communities
Ohio-based situational awareness technology solution provider Status Solutions recently announced the availability of CATIE Web, a browser-accessible solution that provides the functionality of the traditional CATIE in-room portal in a web format that can be accessed anywhere using a laptop or personal computer.
CATIE, which stands for “Communication and Access To Information Everywhere,” was designed to improve quality of life for senior living community residents by enabling them to remain connected to staff, family and neighbors.
The complete release of CATIE Web includes staff and community directories, bulletin board messaging, dining and event calendars, and more. The launch also enables senior living communities to share access to the software with prospective residents, permitting them to test out the program prior to moving in.
Written by Mary Kate Nelson