For Care Providers

StayHome NY’s state of the art technology offering is an affordable tool for personalized senior care.

Using a cutting edge advanced sensor mounted on the wall in a clients living quarters, you can track resident activity, giving caregivers and care providers “real-time” insight into each individual client’s current conditions as well as potential problems. Best part is, no wearable devices required!

Monitor Activities of Daily Living & Critical Events

StayHome NY uses real-time sensor data and intelligent algorithms to establish regular/normal activity patterns, which enables the care provider to proactively take action before a possible problem or event occurs. Caregivers and Care Providers receive insight into clients’ activities of daily living such as:

  • Slips or Falls
  • Sleep Patterns & Sleeplessness
  • Sedentary Lifestyles or Wandering
  • Odd & Erratic Eating Habits
  • Infrequent or Excessive Bathroom Activities
  • Medication Adherence
  • Sudden Changes in general activity within the living space

For Homecare Companies

StayHome NY gives you 24×7 insights and keeps you connected to your client’s condition with automated alerts through a smartphone APP and a web-based Dashboard or Portal.

Provide Superior Care

With improved awareness of your client’s around the clock activity, you can immediately identify and respond to needs. StayHome NY’s technology assists in detecting falls at all hours of the day, including at night, when most clients do not wear medical alert pendants.

Create Informed Care Plans

Backend analytics give you visibility to changes in daily activity and routines to help you stay ahead of emerging health problems. Equipped with better insight, you can partner with families to create the absolute very best care plan possible.

For Senior Living Providers

Differentiate your service by providing individualized care and improved outcomes – all more efficiently than you thought possible.

Efficient, Customized Care

Customized trend analysis and early detection of changes in Activities of Daily Living, give Care Providers evidence-based data to support changes in levels of care, while enabling individualized support across the care continuum.