Tiburon, CA (PRWEB) February 14, 2014
Living Well Assisted Living At Home is proud to announce its new partnership with Magnolia Prime, a low-tech system that allows caregivers and professionals to easily send messages to seniors and keep them engaged and safe.
Magnolia Prime developed the patent Telebeneficiary™ Service, a scheduled voice messaging product, that helps home health care agencies and other health care organizations supporting the elderly improve productivity and quality. It is a telephone-based, simplified form of telehealth that supports the well-being of the elderly and supports their independence.
“Magnolia Prime uses an old-fashion phone, which helps to introduce the technology to those seniors who are not gadget-friendly,” said Living Well CEO Dr. Doris Bersing, “The system does not require special hardware which makes it very user-friendly. Moreover, it helps our operations to become more effective and efficient.”
“Our system allows us to customize solutions for agencies and increase patient contact in a cost-effective manner with hardly any impact on staff who use the platform,” said Karen Rout, Magnolia Prime founder. “Magnolia Prime can easily relay a patient’s concerns about health or anxiety to staff, thus leading to a patient feeling more secure.”
The Magnolia system reinforces the special connection caregivers already have with patients and clients, without being invasive of the person’s space. It will record and send a personal, customized message in the user’s own voice and have it delivered when it is convenient for them. It allows users to set up a one-time delivery or send the same message over and over.
Magnolia Prime encourages independence and communication. Messages will be delivered on any telephone. Magnolia Prime will even notify the user if the person does not pick up the message. Clients even have the option of sending a message back without looking for the right phone number or dialing the phone.
About the company:
Living Well offers specialized care for adults with chronic and debilitating conditions — like Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, ALS, and mental illness — that compromise their ability to live safely in their homes. At Living Well Assisted Living at Home, they combine a team of experts and the use of smart technology with exceptional customer service to deliver personalized, comprehensive care to seniors and adults with cognitive, behavioral, and movement disorders. Their approach to care at home enables those seniors and adults affected by Alzheimer's disease and other forms of dementia, Parkinson's, ALS, other neurological disorders and mental illnesses to live independent and meaningful lives. At Living Well, they aspire to create a safe and nurturing environment while allowing for independence and dignity for seniors and adults and offering peace of mind to the children and family members. Visit their website for more information, http://www.livingwellah.com.