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Happy thanksgiving to the best real LeadingAge team! We are so thankful for each of you for advocating on our behalf and residents. I am so blessed to work with all of you!

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Celebrating ALL who have served the Red, White and Blue! When you see a VET today and everyday "Thank them for serving!" ...

2 months ago

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Had a great visit with Dr.Takanori Shibata developer of the PARO Robotic Seal at Skyline Seattle. Included, Kline Galland Home, Naniofa Poulivaati-Mounga Wesley Des Moines, Ildiko Pikali Parkshore. Looking forward to working with Dr. Shibata and his team to bring the PARO Robotic Therapeutic Seal to our member nursing communities through a state grant!

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PARO is an advanced interactive robot developed by AIST, a leading Japanese industrial automation pioneer. It allows the documented benefits of animal therapy to be administered to seniors in environments such as hospitals and extended care facilities where live animals present treatment or logistical difficulties.

* PARO has been found to reduce resident stress and their caregivers
* PARO stimulates interaction between patients and caregivers
* PARO improves the socialization of residents with each other and with caregivers
* PARO is the 8th generation of a design that has been in use in Japan and throughout Europe since 2003.

PARO has five kinds of sensors: tactile, light, audition, temperature, and posture sensors, with which it can perceive people and its environment. With the light sensor, PARO can recognize light and dark. He feels being stroked and beaten by tactile sensor, or being held by the posture sensor. PARO can also recognize the direction of voice and words such as its name, greetings, and praise with its audio sensor.

PARO can learn to behave in a way that the user prefers, and to respond to its new name. For example, if you stroke it every time you touch it, PARO will remember your previous action and try to repeat that action to be stroked. If you hit it, PARO remembers its previous action and tries not to do that action.

By interaction with residents, PARO responds as if it is alive, moving its head and legs, making sounds, and showing your preferred behavior. PARO also imitates the voice of a real baby harp seal.
LeadingAge Washington Kline Galland Wesley Homes Parkshore Senior Living Community Skyline www.parorobots.com
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Had a great visit with Dr.Takanori Shibata developer of the PARO Robotic Seal at Skyline Seattle. Included, Kline Galland Home, Naniofa Poulivaati-Mounga Wesley Des Moines, Ildiko Pikali Parkshore. Looking forward to working with Dr. Shibata and his team to bring the PARO Robotic Therapeutic Seal to our member nursing communities through a state grant! 

https://www.linkedin.com/posts/patricia-sylvia-68864a15_had-a-great-visit-with-dr-takanori-shibata-activity-6591776258315685888-TFQY
AARP Washington KING 5  

PARO is an advanced interactive robot developed by AIST, a leading Japanese industrial automation pioneer. It allows the documented benefits of animal therapy to be administered to seniors in environments such as hospitals and extended care facilities where live animals present treatment or logistical difficulties.

* PARO has been found to reduce resident stress and their caregivers
* PARO stimulates interaction between patients and caregivers
* PARO improves the socialization of residents with each other and with caregivers
* PARO is the 8th generation of a design that has been in use in Japan and throughout Europe since 2003.

PARO has five kinds of sensors: tactile, light, audition, temperature, and posture sensors, with which it can perceive people and its environment. With the light sensor, PARO can recognize light and dark. He feels being stroked and beaten by tactile sensor, or being held by the posture sensor. PARO can also recognize the direction of voice and words such as its name, greetings, and praise with its audio sensor.

PARO can learn to behave in a way that the user prefers, and to respond to its new name. For example, if you stroke it every time you touch it, PARO will remember your previous action and try to repeat that action to be stroked. If you hit it, PARO remembers its previous action and tries not to do that action.

By interaction with residents, PARO responds as if it is alive, moving its head and legs, making sounds, and showing your preferred behavior. PARO also imitates the voice of a real baby harp seal.
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