Uniper Care, a social health platform connecting a community of older adults to live a healthy and active social life, raised $14.5 million in a Series A funding round. Aleph, Zeev Ventures, and leading investors with senior care and healthcare expertise led the Series A round.
The company plans to expand its managed care, government, and community-based organization relationships and seniors’ engagement with the network. The funds will also expand its team to enhance platform capabilities and enter new geographies.
Uniper Care is a community of older adults accessible directly from a television, computer, tablet, or mobile device that provides a personalized collection of live classes, activities, health recommendations, and unlimited interactive experiences and allows them to connect and communicate with loved ones.
“Uniper Care developed a breakthrough solution that helps seniors safely age with independence. Watching it exceed milestones and become a leader in the explosive growth of aging technology gives us confidence for continued investment in companies that are changing the face of healthcare,” said Oren Zeev, a previous investor in Uniper Care.
Aleph partner and Uniper board member Michael Eisenberg, noted, “Uniper is executing on the vital 21st century ‘people first’ thesis to put humanity into every innovation and to invest in the future of humanity,” says Aleph General Partner Michael Eisenberg. “Its aspirational goal, to help seniors lead happy, engaged, healthy, and stimulating lives while aging in the place they call home, is a perfect testament that values create value. We are excited to partner with Uniper’s leadership team as the company continues to grow exponentially.”
Digital health companies raised $7.2 billion in Q1 2021, according to Mercom’s Q1 2021 Digital Health Funding and M&A Report.