Technology to support aging in place

Tue, Oct 27, 2020, 12:00 PM (PDT)


We are so pleased to have Robert Blatt (CEO & Co-founder of envoyatHome), Jason Keller (Outreach manager of CaptionCall), Jai Kim (Managing Director of Magnus Care) speaking at our meeting. They will talk about how technology supports aging in place. If you are interested in learning more about aging in place technology available in the market, this is the talk you don’t want to miss. 


Robert Blatt is the CEO and co-founder of envoyatHome, a health technology startup company revolutionizing the caregiving field. The envoyatHome mission is to reduce the emotional and financial toll of family caregiving while providing professional caregivers and clinicians timely and actionable health insights for earlier and more effective interventions.

Jason Keller is an Outreach Manager for CaptionCall covering California, Oregon, Washington, Hawaii and Alaska. He has worked for CaptionCall for over three years and has cherished being an advocate for people with hearing loss. He currently lives in Southern California with his family, a wife and 7 children.

Jai is Managing Director of Magnus Care, an innovative caregiving startup centered around connectedness. He worked as Director of Strategy at mid-size e-commerce and Consultant at Aging 2.0. He studied Business Economics and Gerontology at UCLA and has spent the past years working with startups in the aging space.

Keynote Speakers

  • Robert Blatt

    Robert Blatt

    envoyatHome, Inc.

    CEO and co-founder

    See Bio
  • Jason Keller

    Jason Keller


    Outreach Manager

  • Jai Kim

    Jai Kim

    Magnus Care

    Managing Director


  • Carey Lai

    Carey Lai


    Co-Founder & CEO

    See Bio

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