HomeGuardian partners with BallyCara to offer world-first fall and incident detection technology for their QLD home care clients

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The firm will roll out its patented Artificial Intelligence technology to the Queensland Not For Profit’s home care clients in Brisbane, the Gold Coast, Moreton Bay and Logan Shires to provide an increased level of intervention for vulnerable clients living alone or with cognitive impairments that put them at risk of falling.

Founded in 2018 by Kane Sadjak and Adam Carroll, HomeGuardian.ai is designed to monitor suspicious activity and alert a loved one, carer or neighbour if there is a fall or out of the ordinary incident without storing information.

Founded in 1983 by the Queensland Hibernian Friendly Society (QHFS), BallyCara has an aged care home, retirement village, home care services and wellness services across Queensland plus home care in North Melbourne led by CEO Marcus Riley, who is also a Director of the Global Ageing Network (GAN) alongside Chair and DCMI Director – Industry Engagement, Judy Martin.

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