“We are excited that people recognize the increased need for technology and the demonstrated value that CareBand will bring to the senior care industry,” said CEO and Founder Adam Sobol after his company, CareBand, was recognized as the winner of The Pitch NYC on November 30th. CareBand pitched against ten startups to a panel of six experienced judges, including experienced entrepreneurs, private investors, startup accelerators and experts in product development, design, and marketing. Teams were judged on customer validation, execution and design, and business model valuation. CareBand took 1st place with its innovative, patent-pending wearable technology for seniors living with dementia. CareBand aims to increase the safety and independence of seniors living in Assisted Living Communities and Long Term Care Facilities while giving caregivers and family members peace of mind. The company’s bracelet improves the traditional caregiving model by reducing the need for constant physical supervision through 24/7 location monitoring and fall detection. The wristband’s 30-day battery life enables it to sense and react to changes in daily behavior, providing early alerts to caregivers. CareBand brings modern technology to senior care, that remembers for those who forget.