FEATURES OF ADDISON CARE

Virtual Caregiver ™

Medication reminders, 24/7 Support & More

Interactive Console Features

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ADVANCED, EASY-TO-USE TOUCHSCREEN CONSOLE WITH VOICE INTERFACE

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VIRTUAL 3D CAREGIVER IN DYNAMIC 3D ENVIRONMENT

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ADDISON NATURALLY INTERACTS WITH PATIENTS

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ON-SCREEN DEMOS FOR HOW TO USE VITAL READERS

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DEMONSTRATES AND REMINDS PATIENTS TO DO REHAB EXERCISES

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INCLUDES INTERACTIVE FITNESS AND WELLNESS ROUTINES

Medication Reminders

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MEDICATION MANAGEMENT WITH VISUAL AND AUDIO REMINDERS AND DIRECTIONS

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VERIFY MEDICATION HAS BEEN CONSUMED

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REMINDERS TO TAKE VITALS LIKE BLOOD PRESSURE AND TEMPERATURE

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REMINDERS TO PERFORM REHAB ROUTINES

Innovative, Life-Saving Technology

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STYLISH EMERGENCY WRIST PENDANT

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CONDUCTS IN-HOME CHECKUPS

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MOTION TRACKING FOR GAIT, BALANCE, AND FALL RISK

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ACCESS EMERGENCY RESPONSE, PHYSICIAN, CAREGIVER, OR CUSTOMER SERVICE BY TOUCH OF A BUTTON OR VOICE COMMAND

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FULLY REDUNDANT SMART HUB WITH CELLULAR SERVICE INCLUDED

Technical Features

Addison Care is the first and most advanced virtual caregiver available on the market, powered by advanced technology. Learn more about the beginning of Electronic Caregiver and Addison here.

  • Integrated console with mics, touch screens & Intel i5 processor
  • Edge computing
  • Sentiment analysis
  • Complex AI suite
  • Assesses health status, compliance, anomalies & care plan performance
  • Connectivity for localized services or social interactions
  • Comprehensive Clinical Interface
  • Powered by AWS
  • Rapid Response Monitoring System
  • High quality integrated sound system
  • Visual analysis with Intel® RealSense™ Depth Camera D435
  • Includes SIM powered Smart Hub for redundancy during power or internet outages
  • Backup power supply & service redundancy
  • EMR Integration & HIPAA compliant

“We utilize Intel RealSense Technology as part of the Addison Care platform. We ingest the depth feed for in-home motion and gait analysis to quantify changes in function and gait over time. This is done in an effort to mitigate the risk of potential injury and falls.”
— Dr. David Keeley, PhD