The IKOR Safety Net Program Powered by Grand Care

Is your loved one living alone? And you’re concerned about their ability to manage on their own? Did they get out of bed this morning? Have they been in the kitchen for lunch? Have they taken their medication? 

These unanswered questions can cause a great deal of anxiety and stress for a caregiver attempting to monitor their loved one who may desire to live independently alone. Now, you no longer have to worry and wonder. 

Introducing the solutions for dignity safety net program powered by Grand Care Technology that can track, communicate, remind and provide peace of mind to caregivers when they cannot physically be there to check on their loved one. Grand care is integrated technology that is enabled through a large touchscreen device that’s easy to use. 

This device goes into the residence of anyone who wants to remain independent, whether it’s as they age or if they have a disability. This device is placed in the home and can monitor someone to improve independence for as long as possible. 

The solutions for dignity safety net program with the Grand Care touchscreen device can include monitoring as well as support by our team of IKOR advocates based on the individual needs of a family. A family caregiver can support a senior from across town or across the country and only involve IKOR in an emergency or when they need guidance around an aging Life Care concern. 

The program can be customized based on the individual circumstances of a person who needs additional support. This device is placed in critical areas of the home and you will always know if any of the checkpoints have been missed. The technology will also let you know and remind them, you, or us if someone has forgotten to take medication or if the blood pressure reading is too high or too low.

Dependent on your loved ones needs, the tool can be customized to address whatever goals we can jointly set together for monitoring. The device will also let you coordinate with our care management team members, other family members, and in home care providers using care notes. The notes are captured and communicated to all designated caregivers, so no one misses a thing. 

With all of these concerns out of the way, interactions with your loved ones can be about more important things, as they do not feel nagged or accuse you of over nagging them. 

In addition, you can upload facebook photos to share with your loved ones, as well as exchange letters, and even make HIPAA compliant video calls through the touchscreen from your web browser or by using the Grand Care app on your mobile phone. 


We would love to customize an IKOR Safety Net Solution for your loved one and discuss any additional needs related to our monitoring services. If you’d like to learn more about how IKOR can help you, contact us toll free at 855-456-7972 or visit our website at www.ikorofwpa.com.