SafelyYou’s CEO, George Netscher, speaker at Aging2.0

SafelyYou's CEO, George Netscher, speaker at Aging2.0

Come watch George Netscher as a speaker at Aging2.0’s Annual Conference – Optimize 2017! Aging2.0 supports innovators taking on the biggest challenges and opportunities in aging. George will be presenting during Monday’s General Session for “‘AI-GING’ INTO THE FUTURE” and Tuesday’s Breakout Session for “ENGAGEMENT & PURPOSE: AI AND IOT-ENABLED ENGAGEMENT, WELLNESS AND FALL PREVENTION”

California Magazine Features SafelyYou

California Magazine Features SafelyYou

California Magazine talks about technologies aimed towards protecting older adults from hazards.  David Lindeman, mentions SafelyYou and the importance of technology for preventative care.  Check out the article here

SafelyYou Wins Audience Choice Award at Aging2.0 Conference

We are honored to have won the Audience Choice Award at the Aging2.0 San Francisco Global Startup Search! Aging2.0 is a “global innovation platform on a mission to accelerate innovation to improve the lives of older adults around the world.” We are proud to be an innovation in the field of technology and aging. The …

SafelyYou deploys at first facility: Carlton Davis

Carlton Senior Living in Davis

Here at SafelyYou, we are excited to announce that we have deployed at Carlton Senior Living in Davis, California as our first facility! This community has been incredibly supportive of our mission and is dedicated to reducing fall rates and improving overall well-being for their memory care residents. We have enrolled a third of their …

Program Deployment!

We are thrilled to announce that we have begun deployment for our research study! We have 12 facilities on board to participate in our expanded study and are actively recruiting more. In our previous pilot study, we were able to reduce the fall rate by 80% in three months at WindChime of Marin. This research …

Steve Blank’s Lean Launchpad

In November of 2015 our team has finished Steve Blank’s Lean Launchpad! In the process, we conducted 126 interviews with clinicians, families, and industry experts. Our research efforts validated the need for a comprehensive home safety system for moderate stage dementia and we look forward to implementing our program this Spring.