CEDIA HQ to Host Connected Health and Aging Tech Training GrandCare Systems will be offering a comprehensive three-day connected health and aging technology training at CEDIA headquarters in Indianapolis, July 25–27.By RS Staff Published: July 6, 2016 ⋅ Updated: April 15, 2019 CEDIA has announced that GrandCare Systems, manufacturer of technology designed for connected aging and healthcare, will be offering a comprehensive three-day connected health and aging technology training at CEDIA headquarters in Indianapolis, July 25–27. The deep-dive training includes a mix of instructor-led sessions, roundtable discussions, and hands-on labs to help home technology professionals understand key aspects of technology implementation in the growing aging and disability market. “We are enthusiastic about working together again with CEDIA and its members,” said Charlie Hillman, CEO of GrandCare Systems. “This training goes beyond a typical technical product training and educates on the extensive and fragmented healthcare, aging, and senior housing landscape.” Participants will have the opportunity to practice installation and implementation of the socialization touchscreen monitor and all of the optional accessories including telehealth, HIPAA video chat, and activity of daily living monitoring. The training also includes comprehensive sales and marketing session discussing, sales strategies, effective online marketing campaigns, the competitive landscape, healthcare reform, long-term care opportunities, and how to brand your company as the “go-to” in the aging and health technology space. GrandCare and CEDIA will co-host the event along with special guest speakers include Michele Ahlman from ClearSounds Communications discussing hearing loss in the aging population and Jeff Hill from MyGait discussing easy senior computing solutions. “This training is an excellent opportunity for home technology professionals to learn more about the emerging home health market and how those offerings could be incorporated into their business plan,” said Luke Amos, CEDIA senior director of learning. Registration for the GrandCare Systems Connected Health training is now open.