Recently, Aging 2.0, a global network focused on a collaborative, lifestyle-oriented, opportunity-driven approach to aging, published information on eight areas that present the biggest challenges and opportunities for people to “age in place,” or stay in their homes as they get older.
The home care industry is taking off. We see it every day with the applications that our clients are developing. And if we wanted more evidence, we had to look no further than a recent article in Forbes on how prominent venture capital firms invested more than $200M in this industry during 2016, focusing on companies creating online tools and services aimed at home care.
Being a caregiver for a loved one is a noble but sometimes difficult job. Though it may never become “easy,” there are some tools thanks to the Internet that can provide valuable resources and support for those in the position of providing support and care to an incapacitated loved one. Here are a few of them:
Becoming a caregiver can bring up questions along the way, below you will find answer to common questions about finacials and legal help.
This is the first of many blogs that will be part of an ongoing blog series answering FAQ by caregivers.
When you become a caregiver for an elderly or sick family member, you’re in a position to do a lot of good and help provide the best quality of life possible. But caregiving isn’t easy, and you’re sure to have questions come up. Some of them may be about the specifics of the situation, but...
IoT has become the go-to technology for every industry, and with good reason. It’s everywhere. And healthcare looks to be headed in the same direction, placing a high priority on the tech because of it’s high priority on patient engagement. According to an article by Jennifer Bresnick, there are few technologies that can “personalize the care experience like the new crop of wearable devices,...