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iN2L: Using Music and Technology in Dementia Care

The research included in this paper illuminates the effectiveness of integrating music into care plans for those living with dementia. You will also find a helpful resource with five ways your senior living community can start implementing music into your senior care programming today!

Five smart clothing technologies for older adults

The opportunity for embedded and AI-enabled sensors in smart clothing. The growth of the sensor market has created an opportunity for more focus on smart clothing, which has been around a long time, including for use in dementia care, but may have its greatest utility ahead. Researchers are beginning to notice the potential in the care of older adults, including the assertion that "Smart clothing is more natural to wear compared to the other wearables and covers a wider area for monitoring." Here are five examples of sensor-enabled smart clothing:

Independa and Coro Health to deliver Spiritual Support Programs on LG TVs

06/01/2022

Independa, an award-winning TV-based platform providing simplified remote engagement, education and care, and Coro Health LLC, the leading provider of therapeutic music and spiritual support in the healthcare industry, today announced a global strategic partnership to bring FaithFirst to the Independa Health Hub — an integrated ecosystem of healthy offerings — on 2021 and 2022 LG Electronics televisions.

Five Tech Innovations for Older Adults - June 2021

The innovation competition season has begun. The What's Next Longevity Venture Summit is over and the Aging 2.0 Global Innovation Search voting process has begun. These are two substantial initiatives that often reveal interesting and useful companies to help with aging well and to mitigate various issues of aging and caregiving. Note that these five companies, selected from these two conference initiatives,are early stage (or even really early stage) and are included here because they may have concepts, offerings or approaches that are worth noting and thinking about. A link to the websites for more information is included.  Please comment if you know of other competitions and offerings than those mentioned here.

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