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StoriiCare – a senior care management platform

Shared by Hugo Sousa on 2022-08-05 07:37

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In 2014, Cameron Graham was taking part in a 10-kilometer run for charity when he suffered kidney failure and had to be hospitalized. During that stay in the hospital, he got to spend every day next to an elderly man with dementia and see what life and interactions with family and caretakers was like. That led him to create Storii (and its product StoriiCare).

Senior care facilities across the United States and the United Kingdom spend hundreds of hours every month doing basic administrative paperwork. Caretakers waste days filling out and filing paperwork while they would rather work with and take care of seniors. Facility managers have little idea of what their facilities and community members are actually doing without directly auditing this paperwork. Family members also have no way of tracking what activities their loved ones do while in senior care facilities.

StoriiCare is a modern, easy-to-use electronic care planning system, that tries to solve these issues. It aims to help offer the best care possible by saving caregivers hundreds of hours on paperwork and administration. At the same time, the product also includes a social-like feature that allows family members to connect with their loved ones and follow their activities in senior living facilities, in a similar way to the most known social media platforms.

StoriiCare is a paid service with two plans available: Activity Pro and Care Pro, starting at 300$ and 400$, respectively.

This story was adapted from: https://medium.com/1517/1517-investment-storii-aa473bd554ab

The images were taken from: https://medium.com/1517/1517-investment-storii-aa473bd554ab and https://www.storiicare.com/ , as we do not own any of them.


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In 2014, Cameron Graham was admitted to the hospital and had the chance to see for himself the challenges that rise when taking care of someone with dementia. That experience pushed him to create a system that could facilitate the management of patients with this and other related medical conditions.

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