For Families

StayHome NY offers state of the art technology solutions for aging in place.

We at StayHome NY understand how difficult it can be when dealing with an aging parent or loved one. Aging adults want to remain in their homes and no child or family member wants to be the one who takes that option off the table. We also understand that without having the piece of mind that comes with knowing your loved one is okay, it is hard to rest at night. This is why StayHome NY was created. To give you, the caregiver or child, a simple cost-effective way to ensure your loved one is safe and secure in the only place they want to be; their own home. Through the use of strategically placed sensors in the home, you can rest assured knowing your loved one is safe and doing well; all through the convenience of your mobile phone!

With StayHome NY’s solutions, family members and caregivers can monitor their loved-one’s activity, such as how much time is spent in bed, in a favorite chair or away from the house. We accomplish this by utilizing intelligent sensors to track and learn the activities within the home. Over time, our system will learn the “normal” patterns of activity and automatically alert you if something is out of the ordinary.

Much more comprehensive than traditional wearable medical alert devices, StayHome NY’s solutions act as 24/7 safety net that provides a more complete view of your loved one’s well-being, and delivers automatic, “real-time” alerts directly to your cell phone. StayHome NY’s technology does not rely on the individual to press a button on a wearable pendant or wall mounted button installed somewhere in the home. With additional information like alerts for a lack of activity or unusual activity patterns, you can take a more proactive and comprehensive approach to the touchy topic of “Aging in Place.”

When to Consider StayHome NY’s Services?

  • Your family members want to stay home as they age, but you want the piece of mind of knowing someone is watching out for them.
  • You worry that something has happened when your aging family member doesn’t stay in touch or doesn’t answer the phone when you call.
  • A family member has had a recent illness that requires some extra care, but can’t afford expensive assisted living.
  • Your aging loved one doesn’t live around the corner and you want a way of “remotely” monitoring your loved ones well being.