Smart system keeping dementia sufferers safe in their own homes | CBC
A smart technology research project offered by Ottawa's Bruyère Research Institute aims to keep dementia sufferers safe by preventing them from wandering from their homes.
Careteam - Winners of Startup Canada’s 2018 B.C. Regional Awards announced | IT Business Blog
By Startup Canada Staff Industry association Startup Canada named nine B.C.-based entrepreneurs, businesses and support organizations as winners of its fifth
Karie - Medication delivery device maker adds Ver-ID for biometric patient verification
AceAge anticipates that adding face recognition is going to contribute to making Karie a must-have for management of late-stage clinical trials where strong documentation of adherence is essential. The face recognition feature will also allow users to digitally sign electronic medication adherence records.
Karie – Device Dispenses Medications at Home – Canadian Healthcare Technology
GUELPH, Ont. – Canadian healthtech company AceAge Inc. and Burlington-based electronics manufacturer Urtech have joined forces to bring Karie, a home health appliance, to market by summer 2018. The personal health companion schedules, delivers and monitors medication regimens, providing users with increased
Dan Yashinsky, Baycrest’s storyteller-in-residence and team member of the CABHI-funded Storycare project, nominated as finalist for Toronto Arts Foundation 2018 – Celebration of Cultural life awards
Toronto Arts Foundation is a charitable organization that cultivates a rich engagement between artists and audiences and encourages private sector support.
Three winners receive $50,000 at NBIF’s Research Innovation Awards - Betakit
Three researchers have received $50,000 for their innovations related to aging at the New Brunswick Innovation Foundation's R3 Research Innovation Awards.
Meet Tess: the mental health chatbot that thinks like a therapist – The Guardian
Therapy robots are an accessible option for caregivers who are busy assisting others but could use their own care
Do you speak human? – The Walrus (highlighting Tess – a CABHI-funded Industry Innovation Partnership Project)
Health care providers are turning to robots to help caregivers care for themselves