AgeTech startups contribute during COVID-19 pandemic
As the COVID-19 pandemic unfolds, older adults and their caregivers are seeing significant impacts on their health, overall wellbeing and ability to stay connected. Canadian startups in the AgeTech sector are joining other companies in doing their part to contribute to mitigating the effects of this unprecedented crisis.
If you are a startup in AgeTech providing solutions that can help older adults and caregivers during the COVID-19 crisis, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Developing a hands-free and self disinfecting patient transfer technology that protects healthcare professionals
Computer vision-guided infrared sensor array for high-throughput precision-based non-contact temperature screening
Offering access to low-cost fall detection with built-in privacy features for older adults and their caregivers
Social platform that brings people together to reduce isolation and increase support of older adults
Helping older adults in LTC stay more active during increased activity restrictions
Allowing physiotherapists and those recovering from ACL and total knee replacement to do rehab at home
A platform that helps older adults easily connect with family
A privacy-protecting home monitoring system with safe self-install options
Digital and physical books for persons living with dementia
Remotely-supported smart technology that increases at-home autonomy
Quantum Robotics Systems
A stairclimbing service robot to move heavier objects for home-isolated seniors without outside assistance
Social Robots Inc.
Helping families and LTC facilities leverage companion robots and mobile apps to engage older adults.
A wrist band that monitors vital signs including SPo2, heart rate and body temperature and alerts caregivers.
Helping senior living communities reduce social isolation during COVID-19
A private care network for families helping caregivers stay connected with their loved ones, improving their mental health and quality of life.