Finalists announced in startup competition that will showcase technology-based
solutions for seniors and caregivers
Fifteen Canadian startups have been chosen to compete in this year’s AGE-WELL National Impact Challenge, it was announced today.
Finalists will be challenged to explain how their technology-based solution can positively impact older Canadians or their caregivers.
Five finalists will compete in each of three virtual events reflecting the broad spectrum of innovation that exists in
Canada’s AgeTech sector. The winner at each event will receive $20,000 in cash, plus in-kind prizes.
Able Innovations is solving the painful and labour-intensive process of transfers by developing technology that enables effortless, single caregiver, safe and dignified transfers. Our first product, the DELTA Platform, is capable of automated transfers of supine individuals who need to be moved laterally (e.g. bed to stretcher, imaging table) in healthcare facilities, bringing immense value to all stakeholders.