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Whether or not you have family nearby, a caregiver, or senior companion, to help you with your needs, all seniors can benefit from the life-changing capabilities of smart tech. There are so many ways to age in place in the house that you have called home for so many years. Read on to discover eight smart technologies to consider embracing at home.
Keeping costs low is vital for older adults as they near retirement age and see lower incomes. Striking a balance between new tech and cost-effective practices will be necessary for seniors as the health care industry transforms.
The health and retirement sector has fallen short of embracing new technologies, but the pandemic proved that technology adoption is needed. Employees are changing their attitudes about when it's acceptable to retire, and the industry must prepare for whatever lies ahead.
As more health-related tech emerges, it’s clear that both doctors and patients benefit from their applications. The industry has always utilized the latest and greatest technology to improve the quality of care within facilities and institutions. Whether it’s remote monitoring with IoT sensors or robotics as companions, new technologies help bridge the gaps between elderly patients and their caregivers.
At the beginning of the pandemic, it seemed as though older adults and the coronavirus couldn't coexist. Yet, with these five technologies to help seniors during COVID-19, the seemingly impossible has been made possible.