Why was Stevie created?

Labor Shortage

The senior living industry (in the US alone) will need to fill roles for 1.4 million workers between now and 2025.

Social Isolation

Loneliness and social isolation are serious public health problems. These conditions cost the US government $7 billion annually, and cost Medicare more each year than arthritis.


The average cost of dementia care over 5 years is $287,038 per patient, compared to $175,136 for heart disease and $173,383 for cancer.

Stevie is here to help.

Stevie is the world's most advanced social robot. He has been designed to live and work in retirement communities, augmenting rather than replacing the role of carers, freeing them up to focus more on person-centric tasks and so improving care outcomes for residents.

He has been around the world, being put through his paces in beta pilots all the way from Ireland and the UK, to Italy and the US, constantly learning and improving with help from everyone he's been in contact with.

You may have seen him on the cover of Time Magazine!

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A robot that cares.

Stevie has been co-designed with senior home residents and carers, with the purpose of...

Older woman having a virtual call with a relative using Stevie's screen

Helping residents stay socially connected with family & friends.

Stevie presenting a game to residents at a nursing home

Keeping residents cognitively stimulated with quizzes and games.

Two older men laughing and interacting with Stevie

Enabling staff to respond faster and make better decisions.

What can Stevie do?

Be your eyes and ears.

Stevie watches over residents, reducing the time spent by staff engaged in passive observation and person searching tasks.

Run activity programs.

Stevie supports staff in running group-based social activities, exercise classes and cognitive therapies, resulting in better care outcomes and reduced stress levels.

Help you always be there.

Stevie can be remotely operated by staff when they are off-site, enabling faster response times and better situational awareness.

Write reports.

Stevie serves as an assistant to care staff, significantly reducing the time spent manually filling out reports and documentation.

Don't believe us?

Here's what people have to say about Stevie.

Whether deployed in Independent Living, Assisted Living, or Skilled Nursing, social assistance robotics platforms such as Stevie, driven by sophisticated AI, become tools that can help our care staff increase their performance and improve care outcomes. We are truly excited to be on the forefront of employing this technology.

Matt Reilly

Associate Executive Director @ Army Distaff Foundation

The feedback was brilliant. We had some who were a little apprehensive at the start and then became more interested, but most people fell for him straight away. We even had people cheering when Stevie would come into a room.

Jennifer Jenkins

Manager @ Cornwall Day Centre

Often there is an assumption that older people and technology don’t mix, but the response to Stevie from the older people we work with shows that this is simply not the case. We hope that innovative solutions like those provided by Stevie and also by ourselves in ALONE through our BConnect technology will be utilised to ensure older people across the country can access the best supports available.

Seán Moynihan

CEO @ Alone

Developed In Partnership With

Movidius, an Intel Company Luxonis HSE The Digital Hub Local Enterprise Office
Army Distaff Foundation Robus Trinity College Dublin University of Plymouth