Radiant Senior Living is launching a new tech program for its residents. The system – named iN2L (It’s Never Too Late) is a content-rich user-friendly interface that gives seniors the power to do everything from engaging in social media to experiencing activities from their past via virtual reality.
The iN2L 60-inch touchscreen system in use at Farmington Square Assisted and Memory Care in Gresham, Oregon.
The iN2L system is built on a picture-based, touch-screen interface that allows users to simply “touch” their way to find engaging, educational, spiritual and personalized content that is appropriate to their own level of ability. From using e-mail and web cams to connect with family and friends, to enjoying mind-stimulating activities, to improving hand-eye coordination as part of a rehabilitation program, elders with a wide range of physical and cognitive abilities, most of whom have never used a computer, are now enjoying technology using systems adapted especially for them.
The system features over 4000 pieces of content from music, movies, games bran games, exercise, With the addition of peripherals residents can enter a world of virtual reality – riding a bike through another county or flying an airplane using a flight simulator.
Radiant Senior Living Independent & Assisted Living communities are each introducing a 60-inch touch screen system to their programming. Assisted & Memory Care communities are introducing both the 60-inch touch screen system as a well as a mobile touch-screen iN2L system.