Telehealth and Assisted Living Centre, Inc

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With over a 7 years of experience in Health and Information Communications Technology.

About Us

The healthcare system in the United States and the world at large is currently undergoing extensive changes, in part because of such challenges faced by its delivery system as (1) The increased demand for healthcare due to an increased number of elderly and the changes in lifestyle leading to an increase in chronic diseases; (2) The demand for increased accessibility of care outside hospitals, moving health services into the patient’s own homes; (3) The need for increased efficiency, individualization and equity of quality-oriented health care with limited financial resources; (4) The difficulties of recruiting and retaining personnel in healthcare services in general and in home and elderly care in particular. Telehealth, the use of electronic information and telecommunication technologies to support long-distance clinical health care, patient and professional health-related education, public health and health administration, has the potential to address these issues. One subsection, telemedicine, the use of technology to provide and support healthcare when distance separates the clinical service and the patient, appears to be particularly attractive.

TeleHealth and Assisted Living Center, Inc.(TALC) which was established in 2013 as a non-profit corporation and operated exclusively for Health, Assisted Living, Educational and Charitable purposes within the meaning of Section 501 (c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, or the corresponding section of any future Federal tax code.   This was after our founder relocated to the USA  birthed it out of his doctoral thesis titled “IMPLEMENTING DIGITAL HEALTH IN LOW–AND MIDDLE–INCOME COUNTRIES (LMICs): AN ACTOR-NETWORK THEORY APPROACH”, a research that took me to study telemedicine and eHealth implementations in India and Ghana.
The purpose of TALC is to engage in the following business activities:
Provide the citizens of low income communities and the developing world the best available health care while providing their healthcare professionals the best available health information and education.
Engage the indigenes from the developing world to promote health care delivery to all those who need it using technology.
Conduct and disseminate research findings to advance the practice of telehealth and assisted living.


Our mission 

Our mission is to improve the quality of health care that patients receive by leveraging technologies in such a way as to break down the barriers of economic, social and geography restrictions that too often establish and limit the choices that patients have in seeking quality health care.

TALC is dedicated to the development and advancement of informatics and communication technologies as a means from which to achieve our objectives and fulfill our mission.

In doing so we strive to:

  • Improve and promote the availability and provision of specialized healthcare services in rural and underserved parts of the world.
  • Educate and provide training and technical assistance to hospitals, clinics and primary care providers to implement and achieve exchange of health information.
  • Reduce the service barriers that exist for patients who live in rural parts of the world at a distance from hospitals and other medical facilities.


Our Vision:

Our Vision is to increase access to health care provision using the power of Information and communication Technologies.



Augmentative and Alternative Communication(AAC) Assistive Technology tools and to develop your work-force expertise across all clinical, service, market, and product

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Research on telehealth and Assisted Living issues across both public and private sector organizations;

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Supportive Services for Worcester

TALC provides a variety of services to residents and families of Worcester who may be in need of assistance.

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