KareInn Digital Labs
At KareInn Digital Labs we believe in genuinely improving the quality of life for the elderly. Our partnerships with Universities, NHS Digital Pathways and other foundations and research organisations are the backbones of our business. It’s through partnerships and collaborations that we create better solutions for the sector. No one organisation can be everything to everybody so we must work together to create a better tomorrow for the elderly.
Every piece of research and trials we participate in helps our end users as well and keeps us at the forefront of data-driven insights and early interventions in the sector.
Our lab work enables us to invest in the long-term so that we can be sure to develop the latest smart tools and techniques that empower both residents and care staff today and in the future.
For example, KareInn works with the Alzheimer’s Society Research Network to help those who cannot help themselves. KareInn sees dementia as the biggest challenge to society of this century, but to tackle it takes dedication and insights from across the sector. We believe people with dementia and their families shouldn’t go through the journey alone and that they deserve people to join this fight.
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More people and organisations we work with
KareInn works with the Alzheimer’s Society Research Network because of the founders’ mission to help those who cannot help themselves.
I see dementia as the biggest challenge to society of this century, but the duty to tackle it cannot be left to people with dementia and their families alone. They deserve people to join this fight.John LanyonLead Member, Alzheimer’s Society Research Network and Co-Founder of KareInn
Care technology should be designed in a way that enables more human interaction, not less. It’s the fastest route to driving significant impact and providing a better quality of life for older people.
Collaborating with KareInn means you are part of the conduit of care decision makers who believe the importance of constant innovation and research. Business as usual is not an option for the industry. If there was ever an example of a “burning platform for change” the adult care industry is it.Eric KihlstromHead of Industry Collaborations, Longevity International UK and Co-Founder of KareInn
I envision a world where people in need of professional care spend the rest of their lives in care with confidence and dignity.Alex KenneyTechnology Developer, London NHS Trusts and Co-Founder of KareInn