Naborforce provides assistance to seniors while forging new friendships
Paige Wilson is convinced people crave human connection and in some cases, she believes it can be life-saving. That belief is at the center of an organization she created in 2018, after caring for her aging mom who wanted to stay in her own home. She realized there was a gap in resources for older adults who don't need medical care, but still need assistance in other ways. She founded Naborforce, a resource for older adults and families.
Richmond Inno’s Startups to Watch in 2021
Naborforce, founded in 2018 by Paige Wilson, connects aging adults to a network of "Nabors" for social engagement and on-demand support with errands, transportation and help around the house. The startup spent much of 2020 in a major pivot from in-person work due to Covid-19 but was but eventually able to regain its footing. It was named to Richmond's 2020 Inno on Fire list in the Tech and Software category. In September, Naborforce announced it was chosen as one of 10 startups to participate in the Techstars Future of Longevity accelerator program, which wrapped up earlier this month.
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We are two people from the tech sector who believe in its power to change lives. We're also two of the millions of Americans who have witnessed the challenges of caring for elderly family members--challenges that could have been alleviated through innovation.
Startup Spotlight: Naborforce lands spot in prestigious business accelerator
After the COVID-19 pandemic threw a wrench in its operations in the spring, the Richmond-based startup Naborforce is now getting back to work and has earned a spot in a prestigious, international business accelerator program.
Like a good ‘nabor,’ new Richmond startup is there
Just as Uber gives nearly anyone with a car a chance to become a driver for a hire, a new local startup aims to give those with spare time a chance to make a buck by being a helpful neighbor. Naborforce launched last month in Shockoe Bottom to connect aging Richmonders to its network of helpers, or “nabors,” who provide on-demand assistance with non-medical tasks such as errands, transportation, help around the home and social engagement.
10 Startups to Kick-Off New Accelerator Focused on Solutions for Older Americans
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NBC12: Naborforce start up looks to promote community caregiving
As our family members get older, sometimes they need some help, but with all of our busy lives, sometimes we need assistance ourselves in taking care of our senior loved ones. A new local startup called Naborforce is stepping in with a solution.