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Claiborne Senior Living Partners with SafelyYou for Resident Fall Detection and Awareness

August 9, 2023

HATTIESBURG, MS — Claiborne Senior Living, a provider of independent-living, assisted-living, and memory-care services, has announced a partnership with SafelyYou, a company that empowers safer, more person-centered dementia care through real-time AI video technology and 24/7 remote clinical experts.

Claiborne is the inaugural senior living provider offering the SafelyYou technology in both Georgia and Louisiana. The memory-care units at these communities now have access to SafelyYou’s technology, which offers care that addresses fall events and provides peace of mind for families at Claiborne.

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“We are thrilled to embark on this partnership with SafelyYou, reaffirming our commitment to setting the standard for senior care and memory support in our market areas,” said Tim Dunne, president/CEO of Claiborne Senior Living. “Innovation isn’t just a buzzword for us — it’s a vital part of how we will elevate the quality of life for our residents and their families. With SafelyYou, we are helping to transform the future of dementia care today.”

Headquartered in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, Claiborne Senior Living consists of 10 communities across Mississippi, Louisiana, Georgia, and South Carolina. Their boutique senior living communities provide independent living, assisted living, and memory care services to older adults.

SafelyYou, established in 2015 through CEO George Netscher’s doctoral research and inspired by his family’s personal experience with Alzheimer’s disease, emerged from UC Berkeley’s Artificial Intelligence Research Lab. SafelyYou’s mission is to empower safer, person-centered dementia care through state-of-the-art AI video technology and 24/7 remote clinical experts. SafelyYou is specifically referenced in the Senate’s Special Committee on Aging’s 2019 report on fall prevention.

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