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                              What's New in Senior Living Technology?

                              June 8, 2020
                              Hosted by Phyllis Ayman, MS/SLP, CDP, CADDCT and Rubina Chaudhary, BSc, MBA

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                              Family Care Space and Family Care Space Home Care is the senior industry's first technology platform that combines resident, staff management and family engagement software which improves operational efficiencies, reduces resident risk, and gives families the opportunity to have real time access to their loved ones. The program can be utilized at all levels whether a person is living in the community, in assisted living or in a nursing home environment. Learn about the components that benefit residents, their families and friends, operators and administration. For families, It provides transparency in care and can facilitate family involvement regardless of how near or far they live from their loved one. For the provider, it can enhance profitability and staff utilization, engagement and retention by creating an environment that facilitates greater team building and collegial support. Family Care Space may be the game changer you're seeking for peace of mind for your loved one.

                              Voices for Eldercare Advocacy

                              Voices for Eldercare Advocacy

                              Monday at 2 PM Pacific Time on VoiceAmerica Empowerment Channel

                              Voices for Eldercare Advocacy highlights the all-important issues for seniors, their families, loved ones and the population at large based on the fact that we’re all faced with these situations sooner or later. As we transition into elderhood, the care and treatment does not always measure up and is a direct reflection of how we view people in the elder years of their lives. The show highlights interviews with thought leaders followed by discussion, questions and answers. Phyllis and Rubina’s expertise capture the essence of the interview topic of the day and translate it into a relevant discussion about how it becomes meaningful in people’s lives. They will respond to questions and provide insight into everyday problems. We want seniors to have a more fulfilling life, with dignity, respect and purpose no matter the age, condition or living environment. Voices for Eldercare Advocacy is broadcast live every Monday at 2 PM Pacific Time on the VoiceAmerica Empowerment Channel.

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                              Phyllis Ayman, MS/SLP, CDP, CADDCT and Rubina Chaudhary, BSc, MBA

                              Phyllis Ayman, MS/SLP, CDP, CADDCT and Rubina Chaudhary, BSc, MBA

                              Phyllis Ayman, host of Voices for Eldercare Advocacy, is a speech language pathologist, certified dementia practitioner, trainer, and best-selling author who has been dedicated to improved quality of life and quality of care for residents in the over 40 skilled nursing facilities in which she’s worked. She’s known for her communication skills, empathy unwavering high standards of care, and is passionate about our attitudes towards and treatment of our elder citizens and meeting the needs of our culturally diverse senior population. She understands the root causes faced by nursing home residents and empowers families, providing valuable information so they can more effectively advocates for quality care for their loved ones which is ultimately our future selves.

                              Phyllis is a speaker, trainer, radio personality and TV host as well as a board member of the Massachusetts Advocates for Nursing Home Reform and advisor to Olive Community Services based in Los Angeles, California.

                              Rubina Chaudhary’s passion for elder care stems from her personal experience as an only child living more than 1,000 miles away from her aging parents, both of whom are now 91 years of age. This experience led to the founding of OLIVE Community services, a 501(c) 3 nonprofit organization providing culturally appropriate supportive services to seniors, their families and the community. Rubina is an entrepreneur providing engineering management consulting services for infrastructure projects through her company MARRS Services, Inc.

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