Helping residents stay in touch with their loved ones and personal passions during a pandemic means taking a creative approach with technology.
Support and Resources for Dealing with COVID-19 You may have been thinking about a move to assisted living, memory care or enhanced care suites or skilled nursing. You may be starting to check into the…
Reaching the age of 100 is a good reason to celebrate—and in the past year, four residents at Cassia’s Hastings Senior Health and Living have done so. Each one has an intriguing story.
The end of the pandemic appears to be coming closer. Dare we hope? A variety of companies are seeking approval for use of their immunization products in the USA. And this Friday morning as I edit this blog, my morning newspaper’s front page headline reads, “Pfizer vaccine gets key U.S. OK.” And the world’s first Covid-19 vaccination is being given today to a British woman. Millions eventually will follow world wide.
This detecting device adjusts the light level along several pathways if it senses that the room light is too low to prevent falls. It also learns a person’s activity patterns, using artificial intelligence, and alerts the system of any changes that might indicate that a fall is probable. Together these functions account for up to a 75% reduction in falls in residential care settings.