• Yes technology can be very overwhelming for those who are not used to it. New devices that use VR, robotics and other technologies have hit the market that actually help the elderly live longer, healthier lives. These innovations include VR headsets for seniors with Alzheimer’s and cloud-enabled fall detection watches.
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  • The active-aging industry in the U.S. — which includes safety and smart-living technologies, health and remote care, and wellness and fitness technologies is expected to triple in the next three years, to nearly $30 billion.

 

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