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As the COVID-19 outbreak spread to the United States, people were
advised to avoid crowded medical facilities and consult a doctor before
seeking treatment at a clinic or hospital. Constant Companion wanted
to help limit exposure to the virus by extending its Q Tablet Telehealth
initiative. Read more >>>

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TOWN HALL MEETING FOR ASSISTED LIVING FACILITIES
Thu, Apr 2, 2020 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM EDT

Join us as we engage with a panel of distinguished Assisted Living leaders, discussing best practices and tips on how to survive this COVID-19 coronavirus epidemic, while still looking out over the horizon for the future care of the senior residents.
Register here:
https://register.gotowebinar.com/regis…/4528459991117223179…

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Telehealth could be extremely valuable to Assisted Living facilities in light of the challenges of COVID-19, but many don’t have easy access to tablets and other smart devices that can be shared with residents. Constant Companion is making that easier. Tablets can be rented at a minimal monthly price and any profits from the tablets will go to charity. Visit https://lnkd.in/eB8FZeb for Secure Access to Telehealth Made Simple & Easy.

 

Exclusive: How telehealth is being deployed to help older Americans amid coronavirus

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Constant Companion CEO Mark Gray discusses how his company’s Q Tablet for Telehealth is being deployed to independent and assisted living communities across America to help older adults receive non-emergency care while avoiding risky trips to the doctor’s office or hospital.

Part of the mission of Constant Companion is to help people when they need it most. With the impact the threat of Coronvirus is having on our nations’ assisted living facilities, the company has found one more way to help. Read our press release for more information.

/PRNewswire/ — During the coronavirus crisis, our nation’s top doctors urge older adults, the most vulnerable, to avoid crowded medical facilities and first…

 

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/PRNewswire/ — During the coronavirus crisis, our nation’s top doctors urge older adults, the most vulnerable, to avoid crowded medical facilities and first…
Constant Companion CEO Mark Gray discusses how his company’s Q Tablet for Telehealth is being deployed to independent and assisted living communities across America to help older adults receive non-emergency care while avoiding risky trips to the doctor’s office or hospital.

We’re pleased to announce Constant Companion will be presenting at The Voice of Healthcare Summit.

The #1 event for voice tech and AI in modern healthcare takes place at Harvard Medical School on August 5-6.

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January 14, 2020

CBS News: Cincinnati WKRC

Visiting Angels uses Constant Companion for homecare with 95 year old client Norbert can Call for Help with just his voice.

January 13, 2020

Constant Companion a Finalist for the Summit Healthcare Award at Project Voice Conference 2020.  Results at Google Awards Gala January 15, 2020.

Local 12: Cincinnati, Ohio

Local World War II Veteran uses Constant Companion voice technology with artificial intelligence for increased safety and reduced isolation.

 

Fox & Friends: Kurt the “CyberGuy”

Constant Companion is a powerful medical alert and personal emergency response system that works hands-free with Amazon Alexa. It helps older loved ones live safely in the freedom of their own home.

2019 In the News

September 25, 2019

Visiting Angels: A New Personal Assistant for Older Adults

“We are very excited to join forces with the voice technology experts at Constant Companion to put this amazing product in the homes of seniors across the country,” says Larry Meigs, President and CEO of Visiting Angels.

September 23, 2019

Silicon Valley:  Using Big Data for Good

How Big Data is being used for good in keeping older adults safe.  Visiting Angels interview with Laverne Renz. (Aired in 16 Markets on “The Race”

September 19, 2019

CBS KMTV: 85 year old Laverne has a new Constant Companion thanks to technology. Amazon’s Alexa has proven to be a savior to Laverne and thousands of seniors across America.

September 19, 2019

The Laconia Daily Sun, New Hampshire

Visiting Angels introduces artificial intelligence to keep older adults safe at home.  The purpose-built solution is called Constant Companion.

August 23, 2019

CBS KIDK: Idaho Falls

Visiting Angels is on the cutting edge introducing Constant Companion to the Idaho Falls, ID region. Meet Visiting Angels owner Scott Holmes and check out what Constant Companion can do to improve the lives of seniors.

August 22, 2019

Post Register: Idaho Falls

Visiting Angels of Eastern Idaho participated in a Pilot Test for Constant Companion.  The systems are now being rolled out to homes throughout the area, including 93-year-old Ed McKim saying, “It’s handier than anything else!”

August 22, 2019

New Technology Changing Home Care

What if Life Alert were combined with Alexa?”  The results are chancing homecare.  See more on ABC KIFI – Idaho Falls with Constant Companion.

August 21, 2019

ABC: KIFI Local 8

What is Alexa and Life Alert were combined?  The name of the service is Constant Companion and it allows older adults to be more independent in their home.

August 17, 2019

L’OBSERVATEUR: NEW ORLEANS

New Technology enhances Visiting Angels senior care.  Approximately 12 million seniors live at home alone and might require extra support an independent lifestyle.

September 17, 2018

Companion Call for Help a National Finalist in AARP Competition

Companion Call for Help, a purpose-built, voice-activated medical alert system developed by Sarasota-based Ways Security, is one of eight national finalists in AARP’s Caregiver Accelerator Competition on September 17 at the Poynter Institute in St. Petersburg.