It’s like the difference between night and day
Focus on programming and daytime activity for residents is important, but how does resident behavior in their apartments – when they’re alone – inform care planning for a memory care community’s staff? Because most residents spend more time in their apartments than outside them, it only stands to reason that memory care communities are missing important insights.
At the First Annual Brain Memory Care Conference on July 21st in Chicago, experts from Caspar.AI, Notify, and The Forest at Duke will discuss the impact of nighttime resident behavior on community staff, the resident’s physician, and care planning.
Areas of discussion will include:
- Data gathering on resident behavior without the use of cameras
- Incident alerting without pendants or pull-cords
- Distribution of messages regarding potential resident incidents
- Use of data by staff to understand and improve resident care planning
- Early detection of UTIs and other medical incidents
- Informing physicians in support of resident care and medication
Click here for a link to buy tickets for this important event: For your 10% discount, enter the promo code: Caspar on the website.
See you in Chicago! To schedule a meeting with Joe Anderson and Clark Lyons, email us.