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Why Mom wants to Live at Home

By | on 25, May 2012 |   Aging in Place Technology Home Care BeClose Video

Today's blog post comes with few words and instead let's a video do the talking.  Produced by Ankota's partner Be Close, this video expresses the benefits of aging in place and living at home from the[...]

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Elderly Care 101: What options exist for Senior Care?

By | on 15, Aug 2011 |   Elderly Care Aging in Place Technology Home Care BeClose

If you've come to this article, you're likely to have an elder family member or friend who is either temporarily or permanently struggling to live safely on their own and you're wondering what you can[...]

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TeleCaregiving in Home Care Demystified by BeClose President

By | on 03, May 2011 |   Home Care Entrepreneurship Elderly Care Aging in Place Technology BeClose

Ankota recently posted an article about combining "TeleCaregiving" with home care as a way to provide a lower cost alternative for aging in place.  We had a few comments and questions about the cost o[...]

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Home Care plus TeleCaregiving can be Winning Combination

By | on 25, Apr 2011 |   Home Care Entrepreneurship Elderly Care Care Coordination Aging in Place Technology Home Care Technology BeClose telehealth

My friend and colleague Laurie Orlov posted another gem on her blog entitled “Tech-enabled home care is betwixt and between” which you can read here.  For those unfamiliar with Laurie, her website and[...]

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Wired Homes for Tracking the Elderly: A Private Duty Differentiator

By | on 24, Aug 2010 |   Elderly Care Private Duty Agency Software Home Health Aide Software Home Care Best Practices Aging in Place Technology Home Care Technology BeClose

Non-Medical Home Monitoring Technology is starting to get media attention as distant Family Members search for better and more affordable ways ways to track how mom and/or dad are doing. 

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