The SeptuORs trophy was presented to the team yesterday at the Cité de l’Espace in Toulouse, in the presence of the representatives from the region of Occitania, Toulouse Métropole and the “La Dépêche” group.
The current situation in France is increasingly conducive to the development of home care. Between the shift to ambulatory care initiated by the Ministry of Health and the reduction in the average length of a stay in hospital, the role of the liberal professions, particularly nursing, has become paramount.
Despite the development of this post-hospitalisation activity, 12% of hospital emergencies are due to a lack of home care… even though 350,000 health professionals (excluding doctors) in France practice in the home!
Discover the new version of the white paper on the Internet of Things.
In this 2018 white paper, Telegrafik draws lessons from the launch of Smart Care’s connected services to protect vulnerable elderly people living alone, while staying in touch with their families.
Download version 3 of the “Panorama of the Internet of Things” white paper: here
As part of a call for projects, the Funding Conference of the Ariège department has chosen Occitania-based company Telegrafik and its innovative teleassistance service, Otono-me. The goal? To offer 30 elderly people aged 60 and over, living alone at their homes in Ariège, to test the Otono-me service for 8 months free of charge.
The service will be offered in collaboration with “Le Cantou”, an association offering services to individuals based in Tarascon sur Ariège. Much more reassuring than conventional emergency call devices, this new generation teleassistance provides day and night protection for the elderly and peace of mind for their families. Lire la suite
If these questions are being asked, it is often because loss of autonomy has begun to rear its head.
What elements should be taken into account in making the right decision?
It is often the favoured solution with families, provided the person still has a sufficient degree of autonomy.
It is often necessary to call in extra help for care or housekeeping tasks that will facilitate getting up, going to bed, grooming, personal hygiene (excluding nursing care), or ensuring the preparation and feeding of meals, general domestic tasks.
Sophia Antipolis based company, Allovie, and its partner Telegrafik are launching Allovie Otono-me, which aims to reinforce the autonomy of ageing persons in the home. This new remote assistance solution, based on motion detectors installed in the home, allows for increased safety of vulnerable people who live alone, while also keeping them in touch with their loved ones.
Allovie specialises in remote assistance all over France and, for over ten years, has been a supplier of a solution, which includes a watch and a pendant allowing the detection of a variety of dangerous situations at an ageing person’s home, triggering an alarm if needed. The person is put in touch with an operator 24/7 should they suffer a dizzy spell, an accident, a fall, or simply because they need to talk to someone or be reassured.
In 2017, the department of Aisne funding body launched an appeal calling for projects aimed at developing preventative measures to benefit people aged 60 or over and resident in their local territory.
Telegrafik had been selected, and is now seeing a very positive outcome from the actions that were undertaken.
The innovative Otono-me remote assistance service was very widely accepted by the persons equipped with the system. They remarked on having forgotten very quickly that the sensors had been installed in their home.
Article published on 27 February 2018, Author: Annie de Vivie
A home monitoring trial for isolated family members is looking for 35 volunteers in Loiret.
Named Otono-me, this project was chosen by the Centre-Val de Loire Regional Old-Age Insurance Fund (CARSAT) and the Loiret financers’ conference.
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Article published on 15 February 2018, Author: Caroline Bozec
It’s free, and it could save a life. In Loiret, volunteers aged 60 and over are needed to try out the Otono-me service (pronounced “autonomy”): a device installed at home which features movement sensors and a mobile application which informs carers about a person’s activity.
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Article from 15 February 2018
Otono-me and autonomy
Knowing that their nearest and dearest are keeping an eye on them can be reassuring for elderly people living alone. That’s what Toulouse-based company offers, thanks to its Otono-me device: five motion sensors, dispersed around the house, allow for an individual’s activity to be monitored in real time. The data collected can be accessed by family members from a mobile application. In the event of an anomaly, such as prolonged absence, the system attempts to reach the resident and sends an SMS to their family members to keep them informed of the situation.
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EHPAD (a residence for dependent elderly persons) is a health care facility which provides accommodation, in individual and shared rooms, for elderly persons over the age of 60 who have lost their independence and who can no longer stay at home alone. In addition to providing them with assistance in their daily lives (getting out of bed, going to bed, going to the toilet, eating, etc.) and individual medical care, this type of establishment offers services such as catering, laundry and even entertainment.
Article posted on 27 January 2018, Author: Michèle Gardette
In Puy-de-Dôme, 7,000 people are benefiting from remote care. In the event of a fall or illness, they are offered appropriate assistance. Not to mention a technological innovation: advanced remote care.
In the event of anomaly, the transmitter analyses the data and generates alerts for the Departmental Fire and Emergency Service for the user to verify. In short, if the user is not able to press their remote care pendant, the device will trigger the alert for them. Implemented by the company Famiclic, the device named Otono-me is currently being tested by fifteen users in Puy-de-Dôme.
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As part of a call for projects, the Funding Conference of the Hauts-de-Seine department has chosen Telegrafik, a company specialising in data analysis for the best home care, to offer 100 elderly people of at least 60 years of age, living alone at their homes in Hauts-de-Seine, to test the Otono-me service for 9 months free of charge.
“This project will allow 100 people and their families to benefit from Otono-me, a much safer service than the classic wearable call buttons. If you are interested in taking part in the project free of charge, please contact us!” says Carole Zisa-Garat, CEO of Telegrafik.
Our ageing population is a reality which must profoundly modify how our society functions, as shown by the following 3 key points:
We are going to live for longer than ever before in the history of humanity. A National Institutes of Health (NIH) study in the United States predicts that life expectancy at birth will increase by 8 years by 2050 globally. In 2015, life expectancy was 68.6 years; it will increase to 76.2 years in 2050.
100% of European countries have ageing populations, a consequence of very low birth rates and increased life expectancy.
For the fourth year in a row, Telegrafik attended the Silver Economy Expo, the must-visit Silver Economy trade show in Paris. The team came out in force, with 4 team members at the show to run the booth and make appointments with our distributors.
We met with the industry’s key players wishing to offer our innovative Otono-me solution, such as companies providing services to individuals as well as retirement homes.
See you at the next event in 2018!
Securitas and Telegrafik have decided to combine their expertise in the areas of telecare and actimetrics to launch Active Tranquillity, a comprehensive service for vulnerable people living alone at home to stay safe, while keeping in touch with their loved ones.
“Active Tranquillity aims to protect elderly people living alone at home more effectively than with an emergency call button alone” says Thibault Urcun, Customer Services Representative for Securitas Telecare, the Securitas Group’s business area specialising in care solutions for isolated people.
Securitas is an international player in the field of remote monitoring and the leader in private security in France. With this recognised expertise, Securitas Telecare was created in 2013 to specialise in the protection of isolated people and manage all types of alerts 24/7 (fall, isolation, discomfort, vertigo, anxiety attack, technical malfunction of equipment, etc.) Securitas Telecare has decided to enhance its service offering for the elderly by partnering with Telegrafik, the expert in the detection of anomalies in an elderly person’s activity. Thus the Securitas Active Tranquillity service was born.
On National Carers Day, Telegrafik and Filien ADMR are launching Filien Habitat Active, a comprehensive service of vigilant care to assist carers and their frail, elderly or disabled loved ones, bringing together home automation, business data management at home and telecare.
“Today is National Carers Day. There are about 11 million people in France who, on a daily basis, support a vulnerable loved one. The new Filien Habitat Active service aims to offer them peace of mind every day. Thanks to the smartphone app, they can stay in touch with their loved one, and make sure that all is well,” says Carole Zisa-Garat, Founder of Telegrafik.
The Filien Habitat Active service combines intelligent processing of sensor data with Telegrafik and Filien ADMR telecare.
There are more and more family carers in France who struggle to balance their personal and professional lives. In order to support them on a daily basis, it has become essential to provide tools enabling them to watch over their loved ones at a distance. The Otono-me by Telegrafik app responds to their daily concerns.
Telegrafik has decided to look into the law on adapting society for an ageing population, which came into force on 1 January 2016. This law aims in particular to promote access to services improving prevention and social ties, such as the innovative Otono-me service, for elderly people living alone at home.
We have identified 3 key points of this law:
This is a vast subject, and we are not attempting to treat it exhaustively in this article.
However, in the course of our projects and contact with different players of the senior citizen industry, we have identified and listed a number of key points, which we wanted to share in this article.
Telegrafik, a company specialising in innovative connected services, is helping to reduce the loss of autonomy and allow elderly people to live well for at home for as long as possible.
Telegrafik was selected by the department of Aisne as part of the Funding Conference for a large-scale project to provide the Otono-me service to a pilot population. The Funding Conference is a measure resulting from Law No 2015-1776 of 28 December 2015 relating to adapting society for an ageing population.
Composition and functioning: players who work together to answer the problem of an ageing population
The Funding Conference’s main objective is to coordinate funding for the prevention of loss of autonomy in each French department around a common strategy.
As its name suggests, it is made up of the main players involved in managing and funding the ageing population, including the departmental council, the regional health agency (ARS), pension funds (CARSAT / MSA / RSI), public health insurance (CPAM), the national housing agency (ANAH), AGIRRC / ARCCO (France’s main private-sector supplementary regime), and the Mutualité Française (French Mutual).
The members organise meetings in order to adopt the coordinated funding programme and the action plan envisaged for each year, with funding from the French national funding agency for the elderly and handicapped (CNSA).