What you can’t see is what you get. Rant on. You would think by now that there would be a traveling provider of just about everything anyone might need. You can order much of your supplies in your home from the Amazon of all stuff, uh, actually, that IS Amazon.com. These days – you probably know that doctors are making housecalls. Even podiatrists and dentists (did you know this?) will travel to assisted living facilities. Should people with dementia have annual eye exams? (Yes.) What about eye exams inside memory care units for non-verbal 90-year-olds? And what about the boxes of unclaimed eyeglasses by the nurses’ station? Who do they belong to? How can you tell? And how does a person with dementia verify that the current pair of glasses is inadequate? By rubbing their eyes and taking them off? Read more ... about Services for aging in place – not provided, not coordinated, not enough
Connected Living, a Quincy-based company helps connect senior citizens to the Internet and help them stay connected to the world around them, said Wednesday that it acquired Tethered LLC, a mobile app development startup with offices in California, Colorado and Nevada.