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JERRY WILMINK found his passion for senior health care after he lost his grandfather to a fatal fall in 2010. Since then Wilmink has dedicated his life to developing technology products to keep seniors healthy, safe, and secure. His dedication led him to found and serve as the CEO of WiseWear and then to accept the position of Chief Business Offi cer of CarePredict. CarePredict makes wearable technology that monitors seniors’ daily activities. The product au-


JERRY WILMINK Chief Business Development Offi cer CarePredict


tonomously detects when the wearer is eating, drinking, grooming, sleeping, sitting, and walking. It establishes behavior patterns for each individual and alerts caregivers to changes that may indicate potential health issues such as fall risks, depression, or urinary tract infections. The system helps seniors be safer and healthier and gives families greater peace of mind. The award-winning technology is proven to predict emerging problems that may otherwise result


in hospitalizations. Partner communities have observed a 20 percent reduction in monthly fall rate after implementing the technology. Wilmink has been a keynote and invited speaker, and sat on educational and plenary panels at nu-


merous industry conferences. He founded the San Antonio Aging2.0 chapter and recently launched a new Aging2.0 Chapter in Fort Lauderdale.


KRISTOPHER YETMAN joined Benchmark in 2013 as development coordinator and quickly stood out as a visionary focusing on innovative development projects. Within four years he was promoted to director of development. He was instrumental in launching the Benchmark mid-market concept, now known as The Branches.


The Branches of North Attleboro opened in November 2017 and has won a number of awards. This year, the community received a SeniorAdvisor.com 2019 Best of Assisted Living award. Last year it was named the number one assisted living community in North Attleboro through the WickedLocal Readers’ Choice awards program. After six years in the industry Yetman has grown passionate about elevating human connection and


creating meaningful experiences for residents, their families and Benchmark associates. He has con- tributed to the industry at large by creating innovative solutions that help seniors age well and combat social isolation across price points, geographies and care needs. Yetman has been involved with community work serving local aff ordability initiatives, such as Heading


Home Inc. and Caritas Communities. He is a military veteran having served for more than six years in the U.S. Marine Corps.


KRISTOPHER YETMAN Director of Development Benchmark


THIS YEAR’S SENIOR LIVING


LEADERS UNDER 40 will be recognized at the 2019 Argentum Senior Living Executive Conference in San Antonio.


Wednesday, April 17 | 11:15 AM Henry B. González Convention Center, Expo Theater Stage


MARCH/APRIL 2019 ARGENTUM.ORG 35


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