We’ve designed the iLink system as a new approach to providing care that better addresses intermittent needs and provides peace-of-mind for you and your family members who could benefit from additional support.
Aging Adults with barriers to independence deserve support that allows them opportunities for freedom and self-direction. iLink’s smart home technology gives you the ability to remain in your home longer by offering remote support on-demand.
We realize that relationships are critical in delivering the best support. You and your family know your needs better than we ever could. iLink was designed to offer customizable remote support options that empower your family or our Remote Support Professionals to better provide support when needed.
With iLink Technologies, it’s possible to:
Remotely support safety and health needs
Control home automations
Provide friendly reminders and virtual assistance with basic tasks
iLink Technologies began in 1999 and is proud to be the nation’s first remote support demonstration. Our work is the result of more than 20 years of applied research and development at GoodLife Innovations, Inc., a non-profit service provider for adults with disabilities that has partnered with the University of Kansas Department of Applied Behavioral Science (KU ABS) to develop next-generation service models that embrace technology.
GoodLife (then called "CLO") is founded by families.
GoodLife partners with KU's Department of Applied Behavioral Analysis on service model development and quality assurance
Our first home is equipped with iLink Technologies
All GoodLife homes are fitted with iLink Technologies
iLink wins the Autism Speaks House to Home Competition and is named the “most innovative service model internationally.”
GoodLife's Neighborhood Network with iLink wins ANCOR's Moving Mountains Award
iLink rolls out and becomes available to the public for the first time.
Transparency & Strategy:
For Care Providers, iLink is perfectly happy to sell you an infrastructure that will make a difference. However, in our experience, bolting new technology onto traditional service models will yield disappointing results. In order to make a meaningful difference, you need to design your service offerings based on what’s possible with next generation technology. iLink’s change partner is GoodLife U, which can help you pivot from tradition to other service approaches that can help you make a meaningful difference. Prior to implementing iLink, it’s a good idea to review your site and systems to consider strategic changes that will get the most out of what it has to offer.
Why do I need GoodLife U?
For the last 20 years, GoodLife has worked with talented faculty and doctoral students from the University of Kansas, Department of Applied Behavioral Science (Behavioral Analysts), to build new service models fueled by an integrated infrastructure of smart technologies (provided by iLink Technologies).
GoodLife U helps agencies retool their service models, staffing, and pay strategies in ways that help them improve pay, schedule desirability, increase time-off, increase the use of full-time staff, stability, and the capacity to work extra to fill open shifts, reduce staffing transitions, improve weekend coverage, and prepare for day services without walls.
This work also helps create a better pathway to implement iLink Technology to help agencies rethink traditional services into next generation technology-enabled services. GoodLife’s direct support enhancement strategies are summarized in its Workforce 101 Seminar, video blog series “GoodLife U,” and publications, which are all freely available to all its provider partners on GoodLife’s website.
Schedule your free Workforce 101 Seminar to learn how you can put more margin in your mission. For more information, download our FREE Workforce 101 information sheet.