GAIN Monthly Luncheon Speaker Series featuring Steve Greenstein, Chief Executive Officer of CaregiverWatch, LLC
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Steve is an accomplished business executive with extensive sales operations and distribution experience in consumer electronics and telecommunications. Steve has over 20 years of significant experience across a wide array of disciplines including: Concept development and execution, product launch support, customer experience and operational best practices. Steve also leads the Enact Group, a consulting organization focused on assisting early stage businesses (both pre and post revenue) develop and execute their sales and distribution strategy. Steve also assists Fortune 500 companies looking to launch new concepts. Prior to establishing the Enact Group, Steve held senior level positions with National In-Store (an Omnicom Group subsidiary), Disney Mobile, RadioShack, AT&T Wireless and Silo. Steve earned a BBA in Accounting from Temple University. Steve has also received a certificate in Executive Education in Strategic Planning and Management in Retailing from Babson College.
CaregiverWatch, LLC, a pre-revenue Florida limited liability corporation, is developing advanced nighttime alert and in-home tracking systems targeted specifically to assist the caregivers (CG) of individuals with cognitive impairment (i.e., Alzheimer’s disease and Autism Spectrum Disorders). CaregiverWatch, has developed AlzAlert™ a night home monitoring system that monitors ambulatory patterns in the care recipient and uses the analysis of these patterns to generate alerts to the caregivers of the care recipient location in the home. AlzAlert™ also provides emergency alerts when outside doors are opened. In a clinical trial, use of AlzAlert™ resulted in an 86% reduction in nighttime events such as falls and home exits in persons with dementia, such as Alzheimer's disease. This system was developed by a nurse researcher based on extensive clinical experience of the needs of the caregivers and persons with dementia. The features and operation of the system emerged from this experience and extensive pilot testing.
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Save the Date: Set a reoccurring calendar entry for the GAIN Monthly Luncheon Speaker Series hosted on the last Wednesday of every month in 2011 (except December) at 11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. at Carrabba’s Italian Grill, 3021 S.W. 34 Street, Gainesville.
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