Tyze was developed by the PLAN Institute of Canada and San Francisco was an early Beta testing site, with funding from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
When life is challenging, you don’t have to go it alone if you have a network – a Tyze network.
With Tyze you rally a personal network – friends family, neighbors and more – and connect them securely over the Internet. Keep those close to you updated with stories and photos and collaborate together with user-friendly care coordination tools. Your data is secure and there is no advertising.
With Tyze you can do practical things to make life easier and keep organized. Stay in touch with friends and family, organize medical appointments, keep track of medications, schedule outings, share stories and photos, store private documents and much more.
Tyze is one of the important programs that are featured on the new BTOP computers arriving at senior and community centers across San Francisco.
Want to learn more? View this brief video tour of Tyze or visit www.tyze.ca.