Connections - 05.31.21

The Quest for the Good Life: Episode 4

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by Dr. Michael Strouse, GoodLife Innovations, Inc.

In this episode of “The Quest for the Good Life with Dr. Mike Strouse,” we are excited to introduce you to iLink Technologies, an enterprise technology solution for delivering remote support, on-demand professional services, and quality oversight across your agency.

While no one disagrees with the idea that technology can simplify our lives, it’s also clear that the best and most effective tech solutions are extremely complex. iLink is no different, and ensuring each user finds iLink to be simple, accessible, and empowering has been our goal. GoodLife has gone beyond installing a typical, off-the-shelf “smart home” or monitoring system. Instead, iLink dynamically offers the best of what cutting edge technology has to offer for providers of direct-care and community-based services.

A behavioral analyst by training, Mike outlines how iLink was uniquely built to circumvent the barriers for independent living–to make it safer, more inclusive, self-directed, and the right choice for someone to live at home and receive care. iLink is really a combination of three things:

  1. iLink Home, a customized smart-home installation
  2. Agency-level Remote Support Infrastructure
  3. iLink Assist Software

In upcoming episodes we will explore each of these elements, but feel free to take a virtual tour any time! iLink is an enterprise solution that’s both scalable and configurable to meet the needs of individual agencies, and the clients you serve. There is no need to build it yourselves! iLink Technologies provides the critical infrastructure needed for you to enable individuals with disabilities to live as independently as possible.

Want to learn more about how GoodLife utilizes iLink to harness the best that technology has to offer in remote-support? Visit our website or reach out to Megan to schedule a meet and greet. And don’t forget to explore the impact GoodLife U has had! We can help you manage the DSP crisis, and it’s a great place to start.