data-driven behavioral change and remote care monitoring for the elderly and care-in-the-community populations
What we do
Our discrete, inexpensive touch tags build a user's lifestyle and behavior profile.
We use this data to:
computerized voice-delivered messages provide cognitive stimulation, fun interactions, and useful information
user-targeted, psychology-backed interventions to remedy suboptimal lifestyle habits
emergency alerts, live-motion graph, activity monitoring and behavior anomaly alerts to caregivers via app & web
detect health decline
Automated data analysis predicts general health decline and the onset of conditions such as depression
60% of elders identified as needing more exercise increased their daily step count by an average of
Improved mental stimulation
Lead a healthier lifestyle
Stylish emergency alarm watch
Preemptive health intervention
Real-time remote monitoring
Improved workflow prioritization
Behavior anomaly alerts
Early detect health decline
Macro data of elderly-at-home
Improved caregiver efficiency
Long-term cost savings
Our A.I. persona, Suni, interacts with the care receiver providing everything from fun quizzes to psychology-backed behavioral change interventions. She helps elders feel less lonely and helps them form healthier lifestyle habits.
(She'll even sing a song if asked nicely)
"Hey Gloria, the weather today is good. You watched a bit too much TV yesterday, so why not take a short walk?"
"Good afternoon, John. I've noticed you didn't touch your medicine box today. Please make sure you take your meds!"
"Hello Mrs. Thomas. How are you today? I've got a great new recipe. If you want to hear it, please touch your microwave within the next five minutes."
Medically verified results
TouchCare works closely with the Yonsei University Health System to ensure the medical veracity of its service
"Before using TouchCare, 50% of participants reported PHQ-9 ‘Mild Depression’, and the average depression score in the whole cohort was 4.8. After using TouchCare, those numbers reduced to 29% and 2.2 respectively. EQ5D and EQ-VAS quality of life scores improved significantly, too."
Kwon Yu-Jin, M.D. , Assistant Clinical Professor, Yonsei Severance Hospital, South Korea.