What does that actually mean?
We are fortunate to have a purpose driven team with the right credentials – expertise in caregiving and conversational intelligence.
We don’t simply put tablets or smart speakers in people’s homes and hope for the best. Each piece of tech we build is purpose driven, not tech/hype/ego driven.
Getting caregivers the support they need from those around them is not an original idea, but its emotional complexity proved too much for previous generations of tech. We believe, however, that Conversational AI is finally ready for prime time in this type of application. That’s why we’re so excited about our first product, Blue.
A caregiver is “a person who cares for someone who is sick or disabled.”
So, a lot of people are caregivers. Nurses are caregivers. So are physiotherapists, respiratory therapists and even doctors. They’re great… but we’re not talking about them.
We’re talking about when parents have to care for a kid with cancer during the prime of their careers. When one spouse gets hit by a car and the other has to reorient to a new way of living. When a dad has a stroke, or a mom has Alzheimer’s, and the family member who lives closest to home takes on everything. We’re talking about family caregivers.
These are ordinary people with almost no training and limited resources. They are thrust into one of life’s greatest challenges, and they refuse to quit. Motivated by love, duty and pride, they make huge personal sacrifices that often go unnoticed.
These people have problems that are worth solving. We are here to face caregivers’ challenges head on.