Assistive technology and remote supports/monitoring for seniors and the disabled. Allowing individuals to remain safe and independent.

My unbelievably awesome career as an Ohio State Trooper taught me, amongst a litany of other things, just how exciting, sometimes boring, frightening, daunting, challenging, stressful and rewarding life can be.  And fragile.

As a new Trooper, I suddenly found myself rec...

ST. LOUIS - Jan. 30, 2018 - PRLog -- Gray Matters Alliance, LLC (www.graymattersalliance.com), a company that provides residential and commercial resources to the senior market that keep seniors safe, both on the roads and where they reside, is pleased to welcome Aaron...

Americans inherently cherish their independence and freedom, so when the time comes to address the issue of older adult loved ones giving up their driving privileges for their safety and the safety of others, the conversation can be quite difficult. But the discussion...

In America, driving an automobile is a symbol of freedom and independence.  Research has shown that, if not handled properly, a loss of driving can lead to isolation and depression.  It is important to remember that driving is a very complex task.  As we continue our j...

We have always believed that technology could keep seniors safe, healthy, and connected. This belief is why we do what we do at GrandCare. But can we prove it really is effective for clinical situations? Well that’s an easy answer. Yes. And we have the data to back it...

Vicki Spraul, President of Gray Matters Alliance, was recently invited to interview with Joe Cordell, host of Elder Talk, on am1380 The Pulse. This weekly series provides valuable information for seniors and their families. This discussion was focused on keeping our se...

Sometimes people who need the care the most simply will not accept it. They resist it for many reasons. Perhaps it is denial that assistance is needed, or perhaps the thought is scary. Or maybe they don’t like the way it feels to need care. And, if human caregivers and...

Mary Smith, a resident in your senior housing community, has a package waiting at the front desk. How do you let her know? Already today many residents have called the front desk to see if the mail has arrived and there’s not a quick way to let them know when it actual...

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You already know that GrandCare is the ultimate in senior residence monitoring. It can alert professional and family caregivers if medications are not taken, if there’s no morning activity in the bathroom, or if health readings...

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