Truth be told, there are many pros and cons when it comes to the advancement of technology. But one of the most notable positive things it has done is to make things a lot more convenient for us.
In healthcare, technological solutions were able to produce devices that can help us with our medical needs such as smartwatches, VR therapy, pacemakers, intuition robotics, ageless innovation, and so much more. These are very cost-efficient solutions that lessen the need to go to hospitals and make it easier to determine if there are any health complications with the patient. They can also help aging adults who are facing problems with their immobility by getting things done for them.
Additionally, technology is also a form of accessibility solution wherein tasks can be done faster and more hassle-free. For instance, personal emergency response systems serve as an automatic alarm device that alerts when a patient requires immediate medical attention. This saves time and ensures the safety of the patients.
Technology plays a very vital role in the betterment of seniors’ lives, especially those who are residing under our care. Being away from their families and having to face physical and mental illnesses are challenging enough—we must find ways to protect and improve their well-being better.
Technologies that help with senior care management
About our senior participants
Developing technology for the health and wellness of seniors requires us to test it on actual variables. This means we’ll be testing the devices on actual aging adults who are qualified to participate. We will be conducting an assessment on whether or not the subject is right for the test and will also get the consent of his or her family and primary doctors. Our skilled nurses will be present during the testing to assist the seniors. We do our best in maintaining safe and secure testing.
What we’re looking for