Watch Webinar - Voice-First Solutions For Long Term Care






Judy Collett-Miller

Director of Planning & Administration, ParkerLife.Org 



Judy has been with Parker since 2015 and serves as project manager of technology initiatives, including pilot projects to support quality outcomes and social engagement strategies. Current pilots include fall prevention and vitals monitoring, telehealth, and ParkerLife, a digital voice assistant program with Orbita. Prior to joining Parker Judy served as Executive Vice President of LeadingAge New Jersey.



Bill Cava

Chief Product Officer at Orbita



Bill has nearly 20 years of experience as a software executive. Previously, Bill founded WiseMine, a SaaS platform providing big data analytics for content marketing. He is a published author, a technology adviser, founder of the NH Data Science Group, and holds multiple patents in information retrieval.



Leveraging Conversations to Address Aging-In-Place Needs of Older Adults

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A May 2017 Pew survey indicates that Americans are increasingly relying on digital voice assistants. Many reasons align well with the needs of older adults including 'the ability to use the device without their hands’ and that ‘spoken language feels more natural than typing.'

While senior housing, long-term care and home health environments have typically lagged in technology adoption, today's innovators are moving quickly to deploy voice-first solutions designed specifically for older adults. 

What challenges and opportunities exist among these  organizations seeking to deploy voice technologies?  What options exist today and what's on the horizon tomorrow for devices such as Amazon Echo and Google Home, for sensor-embedded medical devices and for connected home systems?

Hear first-hand about the experiences of ParkerLife.Org, an innovative aging services organization using digital voice assistants to help assisted living residents access transportation, health, recreation and social services.

Review highlights from just-published research showing how voice technology is improving the lives of all older adults. Discover how your organization can leverage intelligent conversational experiences to reduce loneliness, improve service coordination, and enhance health and wellness.