RALEIGH – K4Connect is expanding its footprint.
Today, the Raleigh-based startup, which creates solutions for older adults and individuals living with disabilities, announced that it is branching out into New Jersey after forming a strategic partnership with United Methodist Communities (UMC).
UMC is a provider of residential and community-based services for older adults. It will deploy K4Connect’s connected-life senior living solution, K4Community, which offers home automation, connected health and wellness products and social engagement services.
It’s expected to reach more than 1,600 residents and associates at UMC’s full-service campuses throughout New Jersey: Bristol Glen (Newton), Collingswood, Pitman and The Shores (Ocean City).
K4Connect currently serves more than 15,000 residents at over 75 retirement and care communities across the nation.
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