Somnolence+ and Hacking Health

At Somnolence+, not only do we work with organizations to improve performance, we also work to develop innovative solutions through community-based initiatives. For instance, Dr. Sheryl Guloy participated in Hacking Health Ottawa, a three-day hackathon, as part of a team whose aim was to develop a program to combat the jet lag and fatigue experienced by Red Cross workers on mission. The team won two Hacking Health prizes, including the women and technology prize.

If you are a community-based organization or nonprofit, we can help you to respond to your sleep wellness issues.