Volara Launches Video Calling Tablets for 9,000 Residents

by Jeff Shaw

NEW YORK CITY — Volara, a New York-based tech company, has delivered 9,000 Google Nest Hub Max devices to more than 300 seniors housing communities to allow residents to video call with family.

Volara connects each device to the residents’ Wi-Fi and adds all personal calling contacts on behalf of the residents so they can begin video calling by voice command.

The senior living organizations receiving the voice technology effort include: Carmelite Sisters for the Aged and Infirm, Eden Housing, Eskaton, Front Porch Center for Innovation and Wellbeing, HumanGood, Merrill Gardens, National Church Residences, Nicholas James Care Homes (UK), Oakland Care (UK), Presbyterian Villages of Michigan, SPM Property Management, St. Luke’s Hospital (UK), TELACU, Volunteers of America and Watermark Retirement Communities.

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