Clairvoyant Networks LLC, which features remote monitoring technology for family and professional caregivers, said its Theora® Care technology will be studied in a research project funded by The Texas Alzheimer’s Research and Care Consortium.
The goal is to understand whether remote monitoring technology can reduce the risk associated with wandering. The grant from TARCC was awarded to Texas A&M University, the University of Texas at Austin Dell Medical School, and the University of North Texas Health Science Center for the multi-site study titled “Assessing the utility and effectiveness of monitoring technology for reducing caregiver burden for Alzheimer’s Disease.”
“Clairvoyant has been working with Texas A&M and Baylor Scott & White since our company’s inception,” said Stephen Popovich, president and CEO of Clairvoyant Networks. “TARCC recognized the coming storm and the importance of bringing together experts in Alzheimer’s and connectivity technology to help proactively solve what is quickly becoming an elder care crisis. Now we have the additional honor of expanding this collaboration with the University of Texas at Austin Dell Medical School and the University of North Texas Health Science Center.”