Sponsors have the opportunity to help CAST in a significant way. Sponsors’ commitment to technology in aging services and to CAST is recognized in numerous ways. If you are interested in becoming a CAST Supporter or Patron, details can be found on the LeadingAge Corporate Alliance Program application form.
CareCommunity by MatrixCare brings care coordination and population health management to the next level by connecting acute and post-acute care providers across the entire spectrum of healthcare to create a true e-longitudinal health record for person-centric care. CareCommunity enables healthcare providers and caregivers of all types to connect and collaborate with custom views tailored to their role. Empowering seniors to play an active role in their own health, CareCommunity even incorporates data from telehealth devices like glucometers and wireless scales. Learn more at CareCommunity.com.
PointClickCare helps healthcare providers meet the challenges of senior care by enabling them to achieve the business results that matter -- enriching the lives of their residents, improving financial and operational health, and mitigating risk. PCC’s cloud-based software platform takes a person-centered approach to managing senior care, connecting healthcare providers across the senior care continuum with easy to use, regulatory compliant solutions for improved resident outcomes, enhanced financial performance, and staff optimization. Over 10,000 skilled nursing and senior living facilities use PointClickCare today, making it the North American healthcare IT market leader for the senior care industry.
Ziegler is one of the nation’s leading underwriters of financing for not-for-profit senior living providers. Ziegler offers creative, tailored solutions to its senior living clientele, including investment banking, financial risk management, merger and acquisition services, investment management, seed capital, FHA/HUD, capital and strategic planning, sponsorship transitions, as well as senior living research, education and communication.
BlueOrange Compliance specializes in healthcare privacy and security. Whether you are a covered entity or a business associate, complying with regulations and protecting your information is the law. BlueOrange Compliance customizes an approach based on your organization and is with you every step of the way. Moreover, we understand that your organization is busy running its business and that human capital is limited. Our low-touch, cost-effective approach provides continuous, maximum information and guidance with minimal time required from your staff.
Cornell is a manufacturer of excellent emergency call systems including nurse call, wireless e-call, Area of Rescue, data logging, pocket paging, light status, and door monitor. Cornell has been in business since the 1970's and continue to provide the highest quality systems with unsurpassed customer support.
Simple and easy, the Hamilton CapTel Phone works like any other telephone with one important addition: it displays every word the caller says throughout your conversation. CapTel phone users can listen to the caller while reading the written captions. Now you can see what they say with Hamilton CapTel.
HP creates new possibilities for technology to have a meaningful impact on people, businesses, governments and society. With the broadest technology portfolio spanning printing, personal systems, software, services and IT infrastructure, HP delivers solutions for healthcare customers’ most complex challenges in every region of the world.
It's Never 2 Late specializes in constructing computer systems for elders. Their unique combination of adaptive hardware, intuitive software, and vast content library, allows individuals, regardless of abilities, to enjoy the health and connectivity benefits of today’s technology. Current research proves lower psychotropic drug use when iN2L programing is provided. With over 2000 programs in all 50 States, and abroad, their work is being recognized by Fox News, National Public Radio and the Wall Street Journal, and multiple senior living publications.
Lyft Mobility Solutions builds custom transportation solutions for aging communities and medical service providers.
Netsmart is focused on providing an integrated technology platform for home care, long-term care and behavioral healthcare as part of our broad community care strategy. The Netsmart platform provides more than an EHR by offering the largest network to connect post-acute organizations with health systems and other community providers. Netsmart provides the first population health management platform for post-acute supporting transitions of care, bundles and value-based payment models. In 2016, Allscripts Homecare and HealthMEDX solutions joined the Netsmart family. As part of the Netsmart family, these solutions now leverage a robust platform which includes industry-leading EHRs, enables more than 1 million distinct connections, supports more than 24,000 organizations and provides an affordable interoperability network to connect to health system-based EHRs.
Philips is a global leader in health and well-being. In healthcare, Philips provides products and service to assist throughout the entire care cycle. Senior Living communities represent an important part of the care cycle, and Philips aggressively leverages technology to support the health needs of this market. Innovative falls management solutions are helping senior residential communities manage risk while helping provide seniors with a sense of independence and security.
ProviNET Solutions is a full-service Information Technology consulting company offering a full array of products and services. Born from a long-term care provider, ProviNET is familiar with the strict demands and urgent needs of the industry. ProviNET focuses on ways to utilize technology, streamline operations, and provide premium solutions. Founded in 1936 with the mission of assisting refugees from Nazi persecution,
ACTS Retirement-Life Communities is proud to be a sponsor of the LeadingAge CAST organization. ACTS is a not-for-profit faith-based organization and the nation's largest owner, operator and manager of continuing care retirement communities (CCRCs). Headquartered in suburban Philadelphia, ACTS serves nearly 8,500 seniors through its family of 23 retirement communities in eight states and has approximately 6,200 employees. All eligible ACTS communities are accredited by CARF-CCAC demonstrating excellence in all aspects of senior housing administration, resident life, services and care.
Asbury Communities is an 88-year-old, not-for-profit organization that manages five Continuing Care Retirement Communities, offers a range of life-enhancing services for older adults, including home care services, and has grown into the nation's 15th largest system of not-for-profit Continuing Care Retirement Communities. Asbury retirement communities provide independent living, assisted living, skilled care and memory support to older adults in Maryland, Pennsylvania and Oklahoma.
Bethesda Health Group is a non-profit, non-denominational senior living, care and services organization that has been caring for St. Louis seniors since 1889. Bethesda is comprised of five skilled nursing communities (two managed), six independent senior living communities (one managed), and one assisted living community. Bethesda offers Medicare A rehab care and Memory Care; two Adult Day Care programs; outpatient therapy; Home Health; Senior Support Solutions (in-home care), Hospice Care and Respite Care services.
C. C. Young is a non-profit, faith-based senior living community located on a 20-acre campus near the north shores of White Rock Lake in East Dallas, and was one of the founders of CAST represented by our friend Ken Durand, the former CEO who retired. Founded 1922, the ministry believes every life at every age should be valued and enriched. As a CCRC, C. C. Young offers a continuum of living options and services: Independent Living, Assisted Living, Memory Care, Nursing Services, Home Health, Hospice, Wellness, Rehabilitation, Community Services and educational programs for all.
With 14 communities in eight states and more than 2,800 employees providing exemplary service to 5,000 residents, Covenant Retirement Communities is a family of continuing care retirement communities and one of the nation’s largest not-for-profit retirement housing organizations. We proudly trace our roots back to the Home of Mercy, opened in Chicago in 1886. As a founding ministry of a Swedish immigrant church, it was an old-age home, an orphanage and a hospital. Today, CRC’s corporate headquarters are still located just outside of Chicago, in Skokie Illinois.
Founded in 1879, Evangelical Homes of Michigan (EHM) is a not-for-profit, full service health and human service organization that provides health care, housing and community services to older adults and their families in Southeast Michigan. Today, EHM is one of the largest nonprofits of its kind in metro Detroit and one of the oldest in the state, serving more than 4,500 older adults and their extended families annually.
Today, we’ve grown from our award-winning nursing home into RiverSpring Health, a new brand offering a full range of care solutions including managed long-term care, independent living, assisted living, rehabilitation, skilled nursing, and much more.
HumanGood was founded in the belief that everyone should have the opportunity to live life with enthusiasm, confidence and security, regardless of physical, social or economic circumstances. Our mission is to ensure that those we serve have every opportunity to become their best selves as they define it. This extends to those who live in our communities, their family and friends, and the team members who serve them. While the name is new, our mission is not. As American Baptist Homes of the West and be.group before HumanGood, we’ve supported older adults in their well-aging journey for nearly 70 years.
Westminster Ingleside will excel in providing distinctive and sustainable residential settings where active seniors live in vibrant, caring and spiritually rich communities, and where they can rely on continuing wellness and healthcare services for themselves and their neighbors.
The Jewish Home Family is the parent organization of the Jewish Home at Rockleigh, 180 beds of long term and skilled care and Jewish Home Assisted Living, offering both traditional assisted living and secure assisted living memory care. Jewish Home at Home offers a wide range of community services including adult medical day care, non-medical home care, home modification and geriatric care management. The mission of the Jewish Home Family is to provide excellence and innovation in the care of older adults, reflecting our Jewish values of compassion, dignity, integrity and respect.
Established in 1976, Lifespace Communities has grown to become one of the nation’s ten largest not-for-profit senior living organizations. Today, nearly 2,800 team members serve over 4,300 residents across 12 communities in seven states. Through respect and passion for serving older adults, Lifespace is able to deliver positive and successful aging throughout all of its communities. As exceptional people providing exceptional services and care, Lifespace is transforming the face of aging across the United States.
Parker Home is based on the belief that people should be able to live in a home-like environment with the ultimate in personalized, affordable high-quality long-term care services. Parker embraces and honors its mission, offering a continuum of services, and providing social, emotional, medical and physical support to empower personal choice and enrich the life of every resident and participant. Guided by a person-directed philosophy of care, Parker is committed to creating and maintaining an environment that enhances the lives of residents and their families, employees, and the community.
Since 1961, St. Andrew’s Resources for Seniors System has been the place where seniors, their families, and caregivers find answers. Whether it’s occasional help that allows a senior to remain independent at home, a comfortable retirement residence that feels like home, or a uniquely caring assisted living or skilled nursing community, St. Andrew’s helps you and your loved ones Worry Less!
Selfhelp now serves approximately 20,000 elderly, disabled, homebound, and families in crisis, regardless of race, national origin, or religious affiliation, while remaining the largest provider of services to Holocaust survivors in North America. Selfhelp’s extensive network of community-based programs and services comprises 26 sites in New York City and neighboring counties. Programs include individual case management, client-centered technologies, court-appointed guardianship, Alzheimer's social day care, senior centers, home care, housekeeping, emergency financial assistance, senior housing, and Naturally Occurring Retirement Communities. Helping Older Adults Live Forward Since 1917 For nearly a century, the Hebrew Home has been caring for older adults in the greater New York area.
A longstanding champion of healthy living and superior health care, Sun Health is a community-based non-profit providing pathways to population health through philanthropy, senior living programs and communities, and community wellness programs and services. Sun Health Senior Living includes three independent-living Life Care communities (Grandview Terrace in Sun City West, La Loma Village in Litchfield Park and The Colonnade in Sun City Grand/Surprise) and Sun Health at Home, the first “continuing care at home” program in the Southwest.
Westminster-Canterbury is simply retirement living at its best, combining lifestyle, financial security and the natural beauty of the Chesapeake Bay. Here, life becomes simpler -- a full-service continuing care retirement community (CCRC) where you leave most of the cooking and cleaning to us, and spend more time doing the things you enjoy most.