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IntelligentLIFE Elder Care Technology: An Interview with Bo Iversen

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As part of a series of case studies on excellence in dementia care, Sofia Widén visited Denmark to study Danish companies and organizations. This study is part of a larger research effort in dementia care in Northern Europe. In this interview, Bo Iversen, Sales Manager at Life-Partners, discusses the new software and planning tool, IntelligentLIFE,…

Rise Care Home: An Interview with Kirsten Springborg and Mette Pawlik Olesen

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As part of a series of case studies on excellence in dementia care, ACCESS Health visited Denmark to study Danish companies and organizations. This study is part of a larger research effort in dementia care in Northern Europe. Rise Care Home (Rise Parken) strives to be at the forefront of dementia care. The home consists…

Aabenraa Municipality: Interview with Jakob Kyndal

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As part of a series of case studies on excellence in dementia care, ACCESS Health visited Denmark to study Danish companies and organizations. This study is part of a larger research effort in dementia care in Northern Europe.

Community Aging in Place: An Interview with Sarah Szanton

Interview

Providers in the United States are historically poised to design better care and support models that meet the needs of the older population and shorten the gap between life expectancy and healthy life expectancy. Merging social support, housing, and healthcare, as demonstrated by Community Aging in Place—Advancing Better Living for Elders (CAPABLE) is one such model.

Partners in Care: An interview with June Simmons

Interview

Partners in Care collaborates with providers to build interventions that merge social supports with healthcare delivery. In this interview, founder June Simmons shares how Partners in Care designs tools for chronic disease self management and preventative lifestyle choices that keep people healthier and out of the cycle of emergency room visits and hospitalizations. Partners in…

Aging with Dignity

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Aging with Dignity: Innovation and Challenge in Sweden – The Voice of Care Professionals is a study in the future of long term care through the lens of the Swedish healthcare system. It is based on a series of interviews ACCESS Health conducted with more than thirty long term care professionals in Sweden.

Future of Healthcare Mentoring Session in Shanghai

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ACCESS Health China recently hosted a networking session for our global mentors and industry partners. More than fifty experts and industry leaders attended the event, which was focused on the future of healthcare. Participants came from the healthcare industry, the aging industry, investment firms, and from organizations focused international relations. Read more about the discussions that took…

Emi Kiyota: Building Socially Integrated and Sustainable Communities

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Ibasho founder, Emi Kiyota, and her team created community hubs or cafés as a form of resilience after natural disasters in Japan, the Philippines, and Nepal. The cafés are designed, built, and operated solely by local community members. The activities of the cafés provide the opportunity for social inclusion and intergenerational connections. In this interview, Emi Kiyota describes…

Alzheimer’s Caregiving: MedicAlert NYC Wanderer’s Safety Program and CaringKind

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More than sixty percent of those with dementia will wander. As a result of their cognitive challenges, many will become lost and be unable to ask for help or negotiate their way through traffic and other potentially dangerous situations. The MedicAlert® NYC Wanderer’s Safety Program is designed to locate missing people who are living with…

Modern Aging: inspiring and empowering entrepreneurs of all ages and backgrounds to create businesses to serve the needs of the elderly.
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