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  • Homestay Care (HSC) has received a second large order from Bolton Clarke for its assistive technology
  • This order consists of 1000 Personal Emergency Response (PERS) units and follows a previous order which also consisted of 1000 units from earlier in the year
  • This additional order validates Homestay Care’s assistive technology and it will continue to grow its revenue streams.
  • Homestay Care is up an even 10 per cent and shares are trading for 0.6 cents each

Homestay Care (HSC) has received a second large order from Bolton Clarke for its assistive technology.

This order consists of 1000 Personal Emergency Response (PERS) units and follows a previous order, which also consisted of 1000 units from earlier this year.

In January 2020, Homestay Care and Bolton Clarke signed a three-year master services agreement (MSA) which allowed Homestay Care to supply its technology to Boston Clarke.

Bolton Clarke is an experienced, national, not-for-profit provider of independent living, health, and wellbeing in the aged care sector.

This MSA allows for continued use of Homestay’s wide product offering of assistive technology solutions such as personal emergency response technology, telehealth, remote vital sign monitoring, smart home safety, and real-time location.

Homestay Care’s assistive technology connects IoT (internet of things) devices and then provides a comprehensive, real-time, proactive care approach that reduces costs, increases quality of care, and prevents hospitalisations.

By learning the routines of the inhabitants, the elderly can live completely independent, and if anything goes wrong or the typical schedule isn’t followed, then appropriate action will be taken.

This additional order validates Homestay Care’s assistive technology and it will continue to grow its revenue streams.

“Bolton Clarke continues to lead in the aged care sector, by adopting ‘Assistive Technology Platforms’ that will deliver immediate value to their client now, but also position them to provide future services to allow clients to age in place independently, safer and for longer,” Managing Director Graham Russell commented.

Homestay Care is up an even 10 per cent and shares are trading for 0.6 cents each at 11:39 am AEST.

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