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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.
As the COVID-19 pandemic rolls onto what seems to be the tail end of its journey, we seem to be battling exhaustion, fatigue, and a lack of routine. Now more than ever we need to understand our fatigue and how to climb our way out of it.
Support animals are some of the most helpful services that elderly care centers can offer. Now, our elders can be provided accessible, drug-free stress relief, and some needed companionship. Robotics and other technologies expand these benefits.
Many people imagine senior care as isolated, lonely, and dull. But it doesn’t have to be that way. With VR, hospice residents can benefit from drug-free pain and stress treatments, visit new places, connect with others, and even go thrill-seeking. These technologies help make hospice a more comforting, enjoyable, and even exciting experience.