It's Never 2 Late
Westminster-Canterbury on the Chesapeake Bay is launching a research project that will look at the impact of It's Never 2 Late technology with dementia residents.
There was up to a 50% reduction in the use of psychotropic drugs when seniors in a continuing care retirement community received personalized technology services, according to research from It's Never 2 Late and Western Home Communities.
Amendola Communications has been selected to launch a new social media program for It's Never 2 Late.
Westminster-Canterbury, a continuing care retirement community on the Chesapeake Bay, has selected It's Never 2 Late for its residents. iN2L will install 31 adaptive computers in the rooms of long-term care residents.
Providers are establishing therapy rooted in person-centered care, including activities that help cognitive functioning, balance, memory and awareness
It's Never 2 Late has partnered with TranslaCare to launch IconoTouch™ , a web-based software platform specifically designed to help adults who have had a stroke, traumatic brain injury or dementia.
Wandered through the exhibit hall at a senior living conference lately? Technology is meandering fast and furiously into the world of senior living; it's coming from all angles. Thumb through any McKnight's publication, wander aimlessly through the above mentioned trade show exhibits, listen to nursing home pundits talk about the future and it's clear: Technology is everywhere!
It's Never 2 Late has announced the release of The Shuttle. This portable slate offers customized content that can be tailored to residents' needs and interests, according to the firm. The device, built on a Windows 7 platform, is an all-in-one touch screen device that allows for the easy launching of the thousands of the firm's intuitive content pieces (brain fitness, virtual travel, spirituality, virtual games, etc.) as well as traditional computing experiences, such as access to the Internet, using Skype, and staying connected with family and friends.