Intuition Robotics' ElliQ®, The Sidekick for Happier Aging, Now Available for Pre-Order
LAS VEGAS, Jan. 7, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- After winning the Best of Innovation award for the Smart Home category at last year's CES, Intuition Robotics, provider ...
Hillel’s Tech Corner: ElliQ – Helping adults stay active | Jerusalem Post
Intuition Robotics is telling us to calm down and think more like Rocky IV and that cute robot that helped Paulie have a life.
ElliQ at CES 2019 is a smart robot and display to keep Grandma company | Cnet
After a couple of years in development and beta testing, the ElliQ robot designed to befriend the elderly is ready for preorder at a lofty price.
ElliQ, A Social Home Robot for Older Adults, Now Available for Pre-Order | IEEE Spectrum
After nearly a year of beta testing, ElliQ is the latest robot wanting to be a part of your life
Muse® by Interaxon Inc. Announces New Premium Content Offering: Intelligent Voice Guidance with Biosignal Feedback and 100+ Meditations
Learn more about Muse® at Pepcom and The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) booth 43337 at Sands, Halls A-D New Muse® Premium content offering will contain...
Muse - I tried meditating with a $249 headband that gives real-time feedback on your brain activity. Here's what I thought. | Business Insider
I tried meditating with the Muse brain-sensing headband, a device that pairs with an app for a structured, less intimidating meditation experience.
Public Health Agency of Canada Statement on Alzheimer’s Awareness Month | PHAC
This year, during Alzheimer’s Awareness Month, I would like to reflect upon the journey of the many Canadians impacted by dementia. As the Minister of Health, I have heard from many individuals, families and caregivers of their experiences.
Motiview - Care home trials virtual cycling trips for dementia patients | BBC
Care home staff say a cycling scheme has improved wellbeing among residents living with dementia.
Linked Senior - Overcoming obstacles to optimizing engagement |McKnight's
Last fall, Linked Senior collected information from activity directors across the country to determine what they love most about their work and what challenges they face day-to-day, especially when it comes to their ability to meaningfully engage the residents in their care. More than 300 people responded to the survey and shared some eye-opening insights: