Vayyar Care’s
Grayt Revolution in Person-centered Care​

The message from seniors is coming through loud and clear. When it comes to the protective technologies they depend on, they won’t sacrifice three core values: independence, dignity or privacy.

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Independence
is essential

Take falls – still the biggest threat to older adults. Buttons and cords just aren’t enough. If a senior suffers a fall, there’s simply no guarantee that they’ll be able to reach a wall-mounted device. The result could be a long lie – with catastrophic consequences. People want independence from that kind of legacy technology.

Dignity is
everyone’s right

What about wearables like pendants and fall detection watches? Well, the fact is that half of seniors just don’t put them on. Some forget. Others flat refuse. They see them as embarrassing – a badge of dishonour and an affront to their dignity. Protective technologies in senior care need to be smarter than that.

Privacy is
non-negotiable

Then there are cameras. The vast majority of seniors would never permit a granny cam in the bedroom – nor the bathroom, even though that’s where 80% of falls happen. Protection is paramount. But privacy is precious.

Caregivers are
overstretched & overstressed

It’s like the boy who cried wolf. Residents overusing nurse call systems remains a major issue, with over 60% of alerts turning out to be false alarms and almost half of senior care professionals admitting to experience of delayed response due to alarm fatigue.

Independence
is essential

Take falls – still the biggest threat to older adults. Buttons and cords just aren’t enough. If a senior suffers a fall, there’s simply no guarantee that they’ll be able to reach a wall-mounted device. The result could be a long lie – with catastrophic consequences. People want independence from that kind of legacy technology.

Dignity is
everyone’s right

What about wearables like pendants and fall detection watches? Well, the fact is that half of seniors just don’t put them on. Some forget. Others flat refuse. They see them as embarrassing – a badge of dishonour and an affront to their dignity. Protective technologies in senior care need to be smarter than that.

Privacy is
non-negotiable

Then there are cameras. The vast majority of seniors would never permit a granny cam in the bedroom - nor the bathroom, even though that’s where 80% of falls happen. Protection is paramount. But privacy is precious.

Caregivers are
overstretched & overstressed

It’s like the boy who cried wolf. Residents overusing nurse call systems remains a major issue, with over 60% of alerts turning out to be false alarms and almost half of senior care professionals admitting to experience of delayed response due to alarm fatigue.

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There's got to be a

better way!

There's got to be a

better way!

The protection residents deserve

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