GrandCare Awards & Testimonials

Mum and I consider the team at GrandCare as a part of our extended family. They truly care about us, the quality system they provide and are genuinely good people. I highly recommend them and the GrandCare system.

Carol Roberts

5 Star Review from Able Magazine

“GrandCare is a leading example of the trend towards data collection, not only to understand the health of the user but also as an aid to independence. The computer-based system can accommodate a huge amount of information that can help to indicate trends or any concerning anomalies and can become a hub for communication and helpful reminders”

The greatest benefit of this must-have system is in its ease of use to maintain independent living at home through coordinated care and supervision. This multifaceted system has endless benefits that are truly appreciated with continued use.

Tracey L. Wolfman

RN, BSN, MA, We Care Adult Care, Inc.

2012 CEA Innovation Entrepreneur Awards Winner: Small Business of the Year

Launched by It Is Innovation (i3), formerly Vision Magazine, and the CEA Small Business Council, CEA’s Innovation Entrepreneurship Awards Program recognizes entrepreneurs leading businesses with revenues under $30 million and the contributions they make to the U.S. economy.

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GrandCare has changed the way we offer care. We use it to remotely monitor our clients’ vital statistics and quickly identify if a physical nursing visit is needed. It’s been a Godsend for our hospice clients who use it for end-of-life conversations.

Cadi Merten

LPN

2017 - Naidex Professional Award

GrandCare technology scooped the coveted Professional Award at this year’s Naidex show.

The award was judged by an independent panel of experts and was unanimously voted as the winner against stiff competition. We’re extremely pleased to have won an award which recognises GrandCare as a product that both directly benefits those working with the care sector, as well as highlighting the immeasurable contribution that GrandCare is set to make towards the health and social care profession.

Having only be launched to the UK market in January 2017, GrandCare’s ability to action responses to abnormalities in a person’s daily routine provides a new model of technology-enabled care. It enables health and social care professionals to properly care for individuals, while also proactively managing risk through a range of features including sensors, optional healthcare devices, and scheduling systems which also helps to promote independence and improve outcomes.