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The tech giants are working on adding voice-calling features to Echo and Google Home.
The effort is hung up over concerns about privacy, telecom regulations and emergency services.
Health spending is projected to grow annually at a rate of 5.6% on average from 2016 to 2025.
65 to 74 hold more than 5 times the debt that similar ages held 20 years ago.
Wireless headphones designed specifically for people with some hearing loss.
Watch for updated Market Overview 2/28/2017
Winning technology needs to be affordable with a business model to make it viable.
Tech-enabling home care is one lens on future of care. Venture capitalists listen carefully for trends fueled by talk in the media. During the past several years, they heard plenty -- about the longevity economy and an investment-related network, digital health watchers like Rock Health and Startup Health 'moonshots', and all things boomer and their tech interest about the future. So they saw home care as a growth opportunity. Buried in and mostly around the wave of investment and media interest in boomers (oldest age now is 71), the tech industry also noodled a bit more about the over-hyped Internet of Things, emerging voice recognition technologies, and technology adoption trends (everybody except for those aged 75+).
Robotic assistant and technology for aging.
22.6 percent of the older population nationwide is at risk of aging alone.
Three categories: home functionality, enhanced lifestyle and health monitoring.
Health systems aren’t rewarded financially for making “time at home” a priority.
If you’re a single, childless senior who will watch out for you?
Is the phrase 'Thriving in Place' a euphemism too far?
Canadian architect designs a center for seniors.
Louisville named Age-Friendly by AARP.
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