Sounding the Alarm on Wearables SAN FRANCISCO - May 17, 2021 - (Newswire.com) If something can go wrong at exactly the wrong moment, it probably will. That is the gist of Murphy's Law, and when a retirement community resident is most at risk for an incident such as a fall - at night, in the bathroom, in the shower - is when they are most likely to NOT be wearing their alerting pendant. Or they are out of reach of a pullcord. Or they are physically unable to signal for help. "This is exactly when Artificial Intelligence [AI] can provide early detection of potential falls," says Dr. Ashutosh Saxena, Founder and CEO of Caspar.AI. Dr. Saxena continues: "Human-centered technology from ambient sensors in the apartment home can be used to detect incidents such as falls without the use of pullcords or pendants. AI learns resident movements and knows when to signal a community manager for assistance." On her website, Florida Elder Lawyer Beth Prather points out the challenges that arise when residents fail to wear their alerting pendant. She goes on the mention that the monthly cost of a single-feature pendant can be expensive. Comments along the same line can be found at Caring.com: Because wearables are not always worn there can be gaps in protection for residents. Caring Senior Services points out that some devices must be removed to recharge and that some devices are uncomfortable for residents to wear during sleep. Wearable devices fail to consistently alert since residents forget to wear the device or they remove it Says Lutheran Life President and CEO Sloan Bentley: "We strive to implement the best technology for our resident's safety and well-being. We have found that wearable devices fail to consistently alert the team of situations since residents forget to wear the device or remove during dressing and grooming." The Concerns with Wearables: Residents do not wear them all the time. Wearables sometimes need to be removed to charge. Wearables are often removed for sleep. Wearables are almost always removed for the shower or bath. Management of wearables creates additional work for community staff - Lost pendants, testing, etc. The answer is a series of ambient sensors in the apartment home that bring human-centered technology into the retirement community. Such a system is available from Caspar.AI. Based on seven patents, the Caspar AI sensors track residents in their apartments and can alert community staff in case a resident is inactive due to a fall. No wearables are required. Paired with that is the ability for residents to use voice command to call for help if needed. Don't be lulled into the belief that wearables bring 24/7/365 protection for residents. They don't. But Caspar.AI does! Contact: Joe Anderson, firstname.lastname@example.org Press Release Service by Newswire.com Original Source: Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence Technology for Retirement Communities by Caspar.AI
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Denver-based Intuition Authority Launching Intuitive Entrepreneur ProgramDENVER - May 17, 2021 - PRLog -- Being a business owner requires managing many moving parts like taking care of existing clients, finding new ones, and tracking the "back end" of the business including revenue and expenses- hundreds of decisions being made all day, every day.Ultimately, being able to make effective and successful decisions in business is essential to its continued success. Intuition as a tool helps in navigating the decision-making process in business by guiding entrepreneurs to weed out the noise from: Multitude of perspectives from expertsBusiness partners that have different points of viewAny limiting beliefs about yourselfDesires and opinions from friends, family, or spouse Launching June 1, the Simple Spirit Intuitive Entrepreneur Program offers existing entrepreneurs a 6-month intensive training and development opportunity that's never been offered before. Throughout the program, participants will receive regular 1:1 and group coaching focused on aligned business growth, intuition recognition, energy clearing, daily practices, coaching and long-term habit formation. Additionally, participants will have unlimited access to an online resource library of courses, meditations, energy work and practices, as well as admission into our online support community for both current and past participants."Intuitive entrepreneurs are able to move towards their vision in a clear and decisive way, they know how to cut through indecision, overcome doubt and fulfill their mission. My mission is to train entrepreneurs to trust their intuition so they can be out in the world innovating and impacting" Simple Spirit CEO Shoshanna French says.This program is designed specifically for existing entrepreneurs, executives, and C-suite level leadership. The first step to joining the program is to submit an application and schedule an interview with Shoshanna through the website, https://simplespirit.kartra.com/page/entrepreneur. Invitations for registration will then be sent on a first come, first served basis, as space is limited.Shoshanna French, psychic and intuitive coach, has been using her gift of intuition for nearly two decades, guiding clients to have the life altering and transformative shifts in their professional and personal lives that their souls have been asking for. You can contact Shoshanna directly at email@example.com or (720) 504-7971.ContactWhitney McDufffirstname.lastname@example.orgPhotos: (Click photo to enlarge) Read Full Story - Intuitive Entrepreneur Preview Call: The One Business Tool Every Entrepreneur Should Be Using but Doesn't Know About | More news from this sourcePress release distribution by PRLog
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