For every step we take, someone aged 65 or older is falling. As the aging population grows, so will the number of falls. Already, the CDC has declared falls a public health issue. That’s why SafelyYou is unveiling data from our inaugural report, The State of Falls, a comprehensive study based on a survey of more than 400 executives and care providers across senior care and adults 42 and older. We assess approaches to fall management, impact of falls to communities, and how fall risk shapes the emotional—and financial—health and wellness of families. Join our special webinar on September 22 as our panel of industry experts provides unique commentary coupled with powerful insights and selective strategies to begin the work of bringing the health system, operators, adult children, and seniors together to break down silos and misconceptions around falls and build transformative change.
Fueled by $40 million in funding, SafelyYou helps address senior care challenges while advancing fall management
Today, SafelyYou is thrilled to announce the close of a $30 million Series B financing round, led by Omega Healthcare Investors, a real estate investment trust that invests in the long-term healthcare industry. Omega also prepaid $10 million to have SafelyYou installed across its 944 facilities.
Falls Prevention Awareness Week runs from September 20-24 and is led by the National Council on Aging to promote fall prevention education, screening activities, and awareness about the impact of falls on older adults, as well as offer fall prevention solutions. As fall experts, SafelyYou supports this mission—and we do so every day.
SafelyYou, the leaders in artificial intelligence-enabled fall detection and prevention for dementia care, today announced the close of a $19.5 million Series A financing round led by Eclipse Ventures.
Direct Supply’s Clinical Director, Liz Jensen, joins us for a discussion of the role and advantages of tech in fall management. We’ll cover where tech fits into a program, how to make the most of innovations, and ways to reduce fall risk through coordinated digital and human interactions.
With 50 million people living with Alzheimer’s and other dementias across the globe, it’s vital to raise awareness and join the fight to end Alzheimer’s.