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With the world on it's toes, technology has become the staple ingredient in making sure we stay safe and healthy. Now, senior care is transforming into something of a technology-driven future, and we can't wait to see what's next. Here are the trends that are making waves today.
It better be good. Our world and your marketplace dynamic have changed, you will need to be creative and reconsider how to effectively address the overall well-being and satisfaction of your seniors – and fast. Read on to find out 3 mistakes senior living communities are making when trying to help their residents now.
The second wave of Covid-19 is here. No surprise. Telecare and telehealth tools have been discussed a lot. However, it doesn't seem that elder care businesses managed to adopt the technologies as quickly as many would have expected. Very sad, because I actually think that telecare and telehealth tools can save the world and not just from the pandemic we're fighting right now. Read why.
Our old thinking about how to care for the elderly has changed overnight for the better. COVID -19 has accelerated an emerging trend in the monitoring of older adults - virtual care.
Older adults are the most vulnerable group when it comes to disease COVID-19. Elder care companies must act to keep their employees and care recipients safe. Read 5 tips on how to protect the elderly from coronavirus as a caregiver or care provider.