The illustration below is a result of a Pan-Canadian survey of 600 family caregivers which is from the perspective of the caregiver and not their loved-one. It’s an important message as engaging and retaining caregiver support is key to the future of managing our aging population.
An article written by Colleen Romaniuk, Local Journalism Initiatives Reporter – featured in the Sudbury Star.
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Summer issue of 50+ Lifestyle magazine article.
An article published by the New York Times.
CareLink Advantage featured in Neighbours in Aging Quarterly. Enter this post to view the article.
Read How CareLink Advantage is Helping Caregivers and their Families.
Read how CareLink Advantage enables seniors to live safely and independently in their own home.
CareLink Advantage Awarded 2016 Entrepreneur of the Year by Bell Business Excellence and Sudbury Chamber of Commerce.
CareLink Advantage and our associated Personal Emergency Response Division, Helpline, introduces two New Mobile GPS Products.
Our Mobile, 2-way voice Button, provides peace of mind for your loved one…
Seniors’ month had a nice kick off recently with a very busy senior’s fair.
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Growing number of seniors agree to be tracked by their caregivers to stay in their homes longer.
CareLink Advantage’s solutions include sensors, door contacts, cameras and emergency communication device.
CareLink Advantage And Cambrian College Testing Technology To Help Seniors Live Safely and Independently At Home
For 12 weeks, 4 Cambrian Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BScN) students will be conducting an important study…
An interview with John Whitehead and The CBC’s Steven Howard.
Their product is a series of sensors and cameras that monitor Alzheimer’s patients and send information back to loved ones. It’s designed to keep patients in their homes longer.
A research project launched at Cambrian College will test technology and its ability to help frail, elderly seniors live at home independently, out of hospital and long-term care.
When Sonia Del Missier’s mother, Milena, was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s a few years ago, the family opted to have video cameras and sensors installed in her home by Sudbury-based CareLink Advantage.
The Canadian Home Care Association honoured Sudbury businessman John Whitehead with the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal for outstanding home care leadership in Canada, November, 2012.
We are pleased to be able to offer our services to more clients, specifically those in areas with weak GSM signal strength.
One Hat family says technology that enables seniors to continue living in their own homes is well worth the cost of the products and a monthly monitoring fee.
A pilot project using technology to help seniors maintain independence in their own homes for longer than they’dnormally be able to is drawing to a close.
Sensor Technology Helps Alberta Seniors Stay at Home. Learn how CareLink Advantage is helping Alberta Seniors Stay at Home.
CareLink Advantage now funded in the Province of New Brunswick. The New Brunswick Department of Social Development has received the final report and have now added CareLink Advantage to their basket of funded services.
CareLink Advantage featured on CTV News. Learn about The CareLink Advantage System, it’s devices and how this can benefit you and your family!
CareLink Advantage now protecting seniors in the Province of NewFoundland. Visit www.caregiversnl.com to learn more.
Continuing Care Technology Innovation Pilot Project wraps up at the end of December 2011. Interim results of this unique pilot show very positive results. The final report is due out in March 2012.
CareLink Advantage is working with Ontario Hospitals to reduce the number of Alternate Level of Care (ALC) patients and get them back to their homes sooner.
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