Caring Senior Service CEO, Jeff Salter, published an article in Medheath Review, highlighting the increasing role of smart technology in improving the lives of seniors and their caregivers. While many older individuals did not grow up with these technologies, they are now becoming essential for promoting healthier and more connected lives for seniors who choose to age in place.
Here are a few ways that technology can assist seniors:
- Promote independence
- Promote emotional health
- Facilitate care
- Enhance quality of care
Ultimately, Jeff points out that smart technology is transforming how seniors age in place and receive care. It offers many advantages, including promoting independence, emotional well-being, and more accessible care. However, it should be used to enhance, not replace, human interaction, and caregivers must consider the preferences and comfort levels of the seniors they are assisting.
Read the full article at Medhealth Review.