Mother’s illness led software developer to launch Carefolk
Founder built technology platform for integrated care teams and homecare providers after family’s experience of caring for mother with Parkinson’s
His family’s experience of caring for their mother at home prompted Carefolk founder Owen O’Doherty to use his skills as a software developer to design a system that would assist other families in the same position.
“My mother developed Parkinson‘s and other conditions, and ultimately needed full-time care,” he said. “As her illness progressed, we needed to coordinate her care amongst ourselves as a family, and learn to navigate our way...
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