Recognized by Leading Age and McKnight’s Excellence in Technology Awards for industry excellence in research and education, the innovative Birdsong tablet earned its name from the groundbreaking Birdsong Research Study. Conducted in partnership with Eastern Virginia Medical School, Virginia Wesleyan University, and the award-winning Westminster-Canterbury retirement community on Chesapeake Bay, the objective of the study was to determine if bedside electronic engagement tablets could improve quality of life for older adults while lowering stress for their caregivers.
The study showed that in-room engagement technology for residents reduced staff stress by 20% and allowed staff to engage with residents with the touch of a button on the tablet – creating a better environment and experience for both residents and staff.
The award-winning, affordable, easy-to-use, personal
Birdsong Tablet entertains residents, fights boredom
and social isolation and provides strong mental
stimulation for better brain health in aging seniors.
Specifically designed for use by older seniors, the Birdsong Tablet introduces them to brain fitness building technology in a confidence-building, easy-to-use way that eliminates fear and frustration and keeps them engaged and entertained.
For less than the cost of community cable TV subscriptions, bring customized person-centered engagement to those who need it most in your community WITHOUT the need for more staff. In fact, keep the staff you have longer by making them happier and more satisfied. The Birdsong Tablet equips your staff with innovative technology for cognitive brain fitness to effectively provide person-centered care for your residents.Schedule A Demo >
Get positive local press for being the first in your market with bedside technology in nursing, memory
care for improved cognitive brain fitness, and assisted living. Enhance your reputation as an innovative
community that cares. Brand the tablets with your logo and impress your families and residents.
A leader in industry innovation and resident care, Rappahannock Westminster-Canterbury in Irvington, Virginia, saw a tremendously positive impact following the implementation of The Birdsong Tablet into their community. In the first two months of use, Dementia Care Coordinator Mary Arthur reported that the community saw increased resident satisfaction and engagement, and a record 76% decrease in anti-psychotic uses. Watch the video and learn more now.
Memories can fade with time and age - bring them back with exclusive resident access to Birdsong's vast travel and photo library. Aging seniors often recognize and connect to pictures and photos that are familiar to them. This exposure can help stimulate their cognitive function, including memory recall, and spark the sharing of treasured memories through improved brain fitness. Watch Karla's story to learn how the Birdsong tablet helped her reconnect with her German heritage and connect with friends and family around her.