LAS VEGAS, March 5, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Clairvoyant Networks, LLC, chose AT&T* to provide connectivity to its new line of caregiver solutions, Theora Care™. An AT&T SIM transmits data over our highly secure network so that caregivers can locate and connect with loved ones. AT&T Control Center means Clairvoyant can offer a "plug and play" device – no activation required by the user. More than 5 million Americans are living with Alzheimer's. By 2050, this number could reach 16 million.1 The Theora Care products offer peace-of-mind to the caregiver, while helping those experiencing cognitive issues to live independently longer.
According to Clairvoyant, Theora Connect™ is a wristwatch-style monitoring and communication device. Theora Link™ is a powerful smartphone application. This Theora Care duo provides a 2-way communications system between wearer and caregiver that:
Theora Care solutions are ideal for the aging in place populations to live independently, longer. In residential care, a hospital or other places a caregiver isn't always present, users can benefit from a virtual check in. People with conditions such as Alzheimer's, dementia, Autism Spectrum Disorder and Parkinson's disease can live with more independence. Caregivers know where their loved one is and can reach them almost instantly.
"I've experienced firsthand the challenges caregivers face. I've witnessed relatives lose their independence as they've aged," said Stephen Popovich, president and CEO of Clairvoyant Networks. "Our mission is to provide solutions that address those challenges and allow aging with dignity." Popovich continued, "We chose AT&T not only for its leadership in IoT technology, but also for its focus on innovative platforms in telehealth. This is just the beginning of the situational awareness solutions that will leverage AT&T's expertise."
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I cared for Mom for seven years and learned so much from my experiences with her and Alzheimer's.