Turning Common Sense Into Common Practice
We can watch TV on our phone. We can program lights by talking to Alexa. So why can’t we use technology to improve senior living?
The Fremont Senior Living leads the way in its use of technology to provide care. It’s part of our focus on improving the lives of residents in every aspect, including avoiding potential health issues whenever possible.
Foresite technology is available in select assisted living apartments.
Our goal is to help you live with lower care costs in the most independent environment possible.
The industry has watched as residents have lived in communities for shorter and shorter durations, due to health crises, accidents, or cognitive decline. But instead of asking “what can be done?” with a shrug, The Fremont is asking “What are we doing?” and taking proactive steps to improve residents’ lives. We are committed to eliminating regret and what-could-have-been when it comes to resident safety and independence.
Our Wellness team uses passive motion analysis to dive deeper into resident care needs. Monthly diagnostic testing allows the resident and the team to discuss care needs and changes, so they can come to the best decision together.
Tracking the progress of ongoing care and rehabilitative services
Measuring outcomes to determine the root cause of a fall, should a fall take place.
Monitoring health daily, not just when a need arises, to analyze trends over time. Changes in baseline health can generate red flags to let us know about unseen health issues.
How we do this
Passive sensors monitor heart rate, respiration, restlessness, and more.
What this means for you:
No cumbersome pieces of hardware to wear
A greater understanding of overall health and safety
Alerts to potential future needs
Peace of mind
Continued health and independence
This technology is available in select assisted living apartments only. Residents who choose to take advantage of these available resources have a higher level of information from which to make decisions about their care – and to catch a problem before it arrives.