Uniper Care, a Tel Aviv, Israel and Los Angeles, CA-based technology based community for older adults to lead an active and social life at any age, raised $14.5m in Series A funding.
Backers included Aleph, Zeev Ventures and other investors with senior care and healthcare expertise.
The company intends to use the funds to expand its managed care, government and community-based organization relationships, as well as seniors’ engagement with the network, expand its team to enhance platform capabilities and enter new geographies.
Led by Co-founder and CEO Rami Kirshblum, Uniper is a community of older adults that is accessible directly from a television, computer, tablet or mobile device that provides a personalized collection of live classes, activities, health recommendations and unlimited interactive experiences, and allows them to connect and communicate with loved ones.
Partnering with organizations including Medicare, Medicaid, Veterans’ Affairs, HMOs, national and local government agencies, community based organizations and academia to engage members in interactive programming, Uniper’s network combats isolation, reduces loneliness and improves health outcomes and socialization.
The network is being engaged daily by thousands of older adults in 15 states across the U.S and Israel.