I am going to check out the website now - - as this market continues to grow, I imagine you'll never be at a loss for clients :)
Great to hear we have people like you encouraging health and wellness. We use the slogan "Age Responsibly" for our technology. We encourage boomer men and women to use our telewellness devices to take their health into their own hands. Our system can track/graph blood pressure, weight, glucose, pulse ox using Bluetooth-enabled wellness devices. Men and women just take their readings as normal and the system tracks it. Then, it's easy to print out and bring along to doctor appointments, or easily upload to google health.
Hey Jed - I saw your post about twitter! We host weekly aging and technology conference calls. These calls were designed for people interested in this growing industry to discuss issues, increase exposure, form new connections & learn! Different speakers/topics each week. Callers include aging consultants, IT experts, Custom Integrators, LTC Specialists, etc.
This Thursday's topic is on all of the benefits of Twitter - by Phyllis Zimbler Miller. She will explain how to use Twitter to grow your business. If you'd like to join us, let me know what your email addy is and I can send you the invite. Or you can just go to: www.dimdim.com meeting room: grandcare and the dial-in info will be listed there
Hi Jed, I'd love to hear more about your men's health movement. What a great concept! We have some similar goals with our home health wellness technology. Our tech allows family the assurance that all is well in a loved one's home by using unobtrusive activity & telewellness sensors. I'd love to chat sometime and explore similar interests.
Thanks, Laura from GrandCare Systems
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Nice to hear from you, and congrats on your PhD-still a goal of mine(it's how I'll spend my retirement years). Yes, 100s are special people & it's a privilege to have known so many over 24 yrs. I live in Phx (envious of your location!) with my husband, who-as he says-is my only child. (he has 3 by a previous marriage). I'll sign up for your e-newsletter-sounds interesting. Are you on Twitter? Lynn