New and Improved Claris Companion 2.0 released in 2016!

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On Television

On January 21st, 2015 tech reporter Lindsay Smith drops by Global TV to introduce the new ClarityLife phone powered by Claris. The new amplified phone with 8 inch touch screen offers the functionality of Claris Companion to “help seniors be more independent” and provide “baby boomers peace of mind”Watch video…

Fox News profiles Claris Companion on their Digital MD segment saying, “Senior citizens are the fastest growing segment of the U.S. population, according to the Administration on Aging. Now, a new tablet called the Claris Companion has been created with their specific needs in mind.” Read more…

Consumer reporter Lynda Steele profiles Claris Companion for the “sandwich” generation, describing Claris Companion as “brilliant”, “very cool”, and “a good idea if your parents want to stay in their home and you’re worried and want to help them out.” Read more…

Fox News profiles Claris Companion on their Digital MD segment saying, “Senior citizens are the fastest growing segment of the U.S. population, according to the Administration on Aging. Now, a new tablet called the Claris Companion has been created with their specific needs in mind.” Read more…

Geof Auchinleck (co-founder of Claris Healthcare) and Mark Ainley (Claris Companion user) talk about the Claris Companion, an in-home communication device designed for seniors to keep them connected with family and home care providers. Watch video…

Tech guru Lindsay Smith discusses how Claris Companion is “super simple”for older seniors and helps bring families closer together while host Fiona Forbes calls Claris Companion “such a smart idea!”Watch video…

See what Breakfast Television thinks about Claris Companion, calling it “amazing!” Read more…

Featured Articles

Boston Globe technology report reviews Claris Companion saying that it’s the “cleverest senior tablet I’ve seen” with an “excellent high-def screen”. He does mention that Claris Companion is costly, but for our customers, we know the peace of mind and trouble-free operation is worth it. For those concerned about cost, please check out our Claris OneRead more…

The New York Times features Claris Companion in print and online saying, “The best gadget for an older person may be a tablet, because it is easier to handle than a laptop and the Claris Companion takes that idea a step further, because it is monitored and configured by a caregiver or family member. Read more…

“The Claris Companion tablet is designed to offer tech appeal to skeptical seniors through a simple interface and attractive design…it may be the most welcoming-looking tablet ever created.”

“The Claris Companion allows seniors to surf online safely and communicate easily with their family and health care providers such as doctors and social workers. Avoiding useless advertising and spam, the tablet is controlled remotely by a caregiver’s computer.” Read more…

“This device is well thought out and takes into consideration all the potential roadblocks seniors may encounter with technology. What I especially like is that the Companion doesn’t skimp on quality where it counts. Real bamboo, a simple charging station and amplified speakers make for a nice package at a reasonable price point. Smart design, pleasing esthetics and a strong value are the qualities that make the Claris Companion. Dr. Alexis Approved! Read more…

Luciana Gravotta writes, “Helping seniors live at home independently is one of Canadian health care’s big challenges. Designed to sit like a picture frame on surfaces around the home, the Claris Companion assists users with audio reminders for appointment and medication times.  If a user forgets to take pills or check in, family members can opt to receive an email or text message alert.” Read more…

If you’re interested in something mobile, there are several new senior-specific tablets on the market you should look into the Claris Companion, which combines a computer, digital picture frame, mobile phone and passive monitoring device into one package.” Read more…

“A new tablet called Claris Companion aims to make it easier for old people to use technology, and to make the experience of aging easier–both for the elderly who experience it and for the family members who provide care.”Read more…

“This simplified, button-free tablet could be the answer to keeping older senior citizens healthy and happy in their own homes” writes Jeff Bukhari from the New York Daily News. Read more…

As a guest blogger for Wired, Geof Auchinleck comments, “We’ve always had to ‘come to the technology’ – learn how to use it. With Companion, we had to make the technology come to the seniors – make it something they can simply use without a huge learning curve to climb.” Read more…

Mark Miller from Reuters writes, “The design challenge was how make something that would work for people who really have no interest in technology… [Claris Companion is] specifically designed for seniors living at home who need some level of care and monitoring. Read more…

CTV News reports, “There’s a lot of technology out there to help adult children care for aging parents. Only problem: Many seniors are intimidated to use it. The Claris Companion is a customizable device keeps track of medications, sends reminders and uploads photos. All the while, family members and caregivers can remotely control and monitor activity on the device.”

On The Radio

Listen to CEO Geof Auchinleck talk to News 1130 about Claris Companion.Listen…

Listen to CEO Geof Auchinleck speak about senior care issues on LA talk radio. Listen…

Listen to CEO Geof Auchinleck talk about Claris Companion during this thoughtful podcast from the Vancouver Sun. Listen…

Listen as CEO Geof Auchinleck visits LA Talk radio for a second time to speak about how Claris Companion is helping connect isolated seniors with family, friends and careigvers. Listen…

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Your loved one will love Claris Companion. We guarantee it.