As the Senior Living industry, and the entire world, persist through the ongoing global pandemic, technologies that help improve the emotional and physical wellbeing of residents and staff have become more essential than ever before. For over 10 years, Connected Living has led with technology and programs to help communities protect, connect, and engage residents, families and employees. In the wake of COVID-19, we’ve accelerated our innovations to support and transform communities to meet the evolving needs of today and tomorrow. Here are a couple of the new technologies that Connected Living has introduced to Senior Living communities around the nation.
In a rapidly changing world, it is of utmost importance to be able to quickly innovate and adapt to the new normal. Connected Living is the first Senior Living technology provider to deploy an AppleTV application for residents. How exactly can AppleTV improve the quality of life and wellbeing of seniors? It allows you to instantly give your residents access to community information and engaging content in the comfort of their home. Connected Living will help you harness this opportunity to respectfully improve your communication with residents using their existing televisions. Showcase your menu/s, events, announcements, photos, and more all through an easy to use interface. With POS integration, residents can even order food items. With COVID-related restrictions, it is crucial that we develop a way to improve in-room engagement and we strongly believe that our new AppleTV application accomplishes this.
In a continuing effort to protect, connect, and engage residents and staff, Connected Living partnered with the revolutionary robotics company Temi to offer the Temi robot to senior living communities. Temi is the world’s first personal robotics platform. Powered by Connected Living, Temi is able to capture temperatures of guests completely hands free, sanitize surfaces, and be a tele-health machine.
Connected Living's technology ecosystem has been keeping residents engaged for over a decade. Connection with family, friends, information and entertainment supports a sense of purpose, which is essential for emotional and physical wellbeing.