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Aging2.0 appoints Robert Blatt to Ambassador, Philadelphia Chapter
For Immediate Release: 06/23/2020
Philadelphia, PA: envoyatHome Inc., a leading innovator in the Aging Technology industry, is pleased to announce that Robert Blatt is appointed Ambassador of the Philadelphia Chapter of Aging2.0. An international, interdisciplinary and intergenerational organization, Aging2.0 Philadelphia is part of a 40,000 person “network of innovators” across 31 countries worldwide.
“I’m honored to join the Aging2.0 community,” said Robert Blatt. “Aging2.0’s mission is well aligned with the rich culture of innovation embodied in Philadelphia’s world renowned academic, research and corporate institutions. With the COVID-19 pandemic’s disproportionate impact on our seniors, connecting Innovators from across our region to collaborate on solutions to the greatest challenges of aging has never been a more important goal.”
Robert is the Cofounder and CEO of envoyatHome, Inc. Founded in 2016, envoyatHome’s vision is to create a smarter way to care for seniors who live alone. envoyatHome offers family and professional caregivers a digital caregiving experience that delivers peace of mind with lower costs to keep loved ones living independently, longer. Clinically relevant data powers smarter caregiving to enable coordination of care planning between caregivers and clinicians, early interventions that avoid costly missteps and unfortunate acute events, and comprehensive monitoring of a senior’s safety, cognitive decline, wellness, home environment and compliance to medical orders with one touchless, data-centric solution.
About envoyatHome: Headquartered in the Philadelphia metro area, envoyatHome is an Aging-Technology company committed to accessible and affordable peace of mind for families of seniors who live alone. envoyatHome was recently selected for the University City Science Center’s Launch Lane accelerator and is a proud partner of the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing, Penn Center for Innovation, The National Science Foundation I-Corps program and Penn Biotech Group Healthcare Consulting. You can reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 856.681.0076.
About Aging2.0: Founded in 2012 by Stephen Johnston and Katy Fike, Aging2.0 strives to accelerate innovation to address the biggest challenges and opportunities in aging. Aging 2.0’s volunteer-run chapter network, which spans over 120 cities, has hosted more than 700 events around the world. The latest project is The Collective, which is now building out the world’s first collective intelligence platform for innovation in aging. Please contact us at email@example.com or join the movement at https://www.aging2.com/philadelphia/.