Living longer at home when diagnosed with dementia
1 on 5 risks being diagnosed with dementia in his or her life. Although there is still no cure, people with dementia can keep on living at home ever longer when supported by organizations such as ‘t MoNUMent Mechelen, an information, demonstration and meeting place for people with dementia and their caregivers.
AZ Sint-Maarten: first hospital in the world with smart Nobi lamps
AZ Sint-Maarten is the first hospital in Belgium to install the Nobi lamp for fall detection and fall prevention in geriatric patients. Speedy help after a fall makes a fundamental difference in the subsequent recovery process.
How to avoid falls : 5 tips from Ann, Nobi’s fall prevention expert
We all want to live at home for as long as possible. But when you get older, you realise you don’t have the body you had when you were 16. You are more likely to fall from time to time. You can often avoid a fall just by paying attention to a few simple things. Nobi’s fall prevention expert Ann Van Wesenbeeck has been helping elderly people mitigate the impact of a fall and prevent falls for years. She offers 5 tips that can help everyone.
Meet Christian Geisselmann: Business Development Manager in the UK
Christian Geisselman is passionate about digital healthcare ecosystems. With an enthusiasm that could easily light up a room, he recently joined Nobi to help shape the future of digital healthcare in the UK. Meet a man on a mission and find out why he can’t wait for Nobi to be given the green light in a country that’s about to switch to digital.
With Nobi, the Netherlands chooses future-oriented elderly care
Contact us and discover positive changes that smart lamps make in nursing home facilities yourself! Contact us to arrange a demo session with your Netherlands office.
Meet Jan Hurkmans: Head of Business Development in the Netherlands
Full of confidence and with due pride, we pass the baton to Jan Hurkmans, who is lightening the load of the Dutch healthcare sector with the smart lamp. Jan is a passionate and enthusiastic individual. A man with a clear mission. “We are experiencing rising healthcare costs, huge staff shortages and more extensive healthcare needs. The need for innovation in healthcare has been evident for years. Older adults who lose their independence become lonely – and vice versa.
For Jan, meaningful entrepreneurship means better cooperation, developing smart technological innovations and implementing them sustainably. This is how we increase our impact. After all, the social result is paramount. Welcome to the economy of meaning!”