GoodLife’s Neighborhood Network is an award-winning paradigm of care that delivers support on-demand, both when and where needed–a critical approach to staying safe during the coronavirus pandemic.
In the last episode, we talked about each of the components of the Neighborhood Network:
We specifically focused on how we select our neighborhoods, and cultivate them to be diverse, interdependent, and purpose-driven.
In this episode of The Quest for the GoodLife with Dr. Mike Strouse, we are excited to introduce you to iLink Technologies, our own technology solution for delivering care that’s been in development for more than 20 years.
While no one disagrees with the idea that technology can simplify our lives, it’s also clear that the best and most effective tech solutions are extremely complex. iLink is no different–and ensuring each user finds it to be simple, accessible, and empowering is our goal. GoodLife has gone beyond the typical “smart home” app solution and instead iLink dynamically combines the best of what cutting edge technology has to offer with humanity.
As a behavioral analyst by training, Mike outlines how iLink was uniquely built to circumvent the barriers for independent living–to make it safer, self-directed, and the right choice for someone to live at home and receive care. iLink is really a combination of 3 things:
- In-Home Installation
- Remote Support Infrastructure
- iLink Assist
In upcoming episodes we will explore each of these elements and take you on a tour of iLink. The GoodLife model is all about relationships. iLink is being developed as an enterprise support system that’s both scalable and configurable. We want this to be something that other providers can harness and integrate so that individuals with need across the country can be empowered to live as independently as possible. We do this at GoodLife, but are eager to help other providers do the same.