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From Rosita Wong, CEO of HealthJay Inc.
Palo Alto, CA – Software company HealthJay Inc. announces today its partnership with the National Adult Day Services Association (NADSA) in a joint effort to deliver JayPad smart technology to homebound seniors and adults. The partnership – “JayPad Cares” – is HealthJay’s latest product using its Apps, tablets and a smart ecosystem to deliver virtual Adult Day Services to seniors and adults who are isolated at home during the COVID-19 pandemic.
What is JayPad Cares?
“Seniors are at the highest risk in this pandemic and are often kept in absolute isolation. NADSA and HealthJay share the vision and compassion to address this unique challenge for the senior community,” says Rosita Wong, CEO of HealthJay. “The JayPad will be integral to reconstructing a COVID new normal through smart technology. Apart is not alone.”
The JayPad offers virtual classes, COVID wellness checks and Smart Features such as voice commands, video calls, social chats and a safety button. It is supported by an ecosystem of a mobile app for caregivers to monitor senior JayPad users, and an admin portal allowing adult day centers to deliver daily services virtually.
Sean Allen, CTO of HealthJay, warns that the surge in new COVID cases across the country is a sign that senior communities should consider incorporating senior-friendly technology in their long-term pandemic strategy. “JayPad is made for non tech-savvy seniors to use without any stress or worries. The app is extremely accessible and requires no typing on the Tablet. All configuration is done remotely using our admin portal and is automatically synced to the Tablet.”
HealthJay created a family of senior care devices, including the JayPad (tablet), the JayWatch (wearable with fall detection), the JayMobile App for families and caregivers, and FlightDeck (back-end admin portal). For more information about HealthJay and its products, please visit www.healthjay.com.
The National Adult Day Services Association is the leading voice of the rapidly growing Adult Day Services (ADS) industry. Its members include adult day center providers, associations of providers, corporations, educators, students, retired workers and others interested in working to build better lives for adults in adult day programs. For more information about NADSA and the ADS industry, please visit https://www.nadsa.org/.