Acute shortages of home health aides and nursing assistants are cropping up across the country.
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Seniors who find themselves alone just when aging and end-of-life care becomes real.
One Caring Team checks in with lonely seniors — partially to stave off the potentially debilitating depression
Effort aims to help seniors assess their social connectedness.
AARP: More than 3 out of 4 caregivers spend $7,000 a year out of pocket.
Health systems aren’t rewarded financially for making “time at home” a priority.
She has worked to inspire seniors with varying levels of cognitive impairment.
They often arrive in an SUV instead of an ambulance.
A one-time giant among skilled nursing facility (SNF) operators has decided to entirely exit that business.
Is the phrase 'Thriving in Place' a euphemism too far?
If you’re a single, childless senior who will watch out for you?
Attempt at making robotic exoskeletons to more affordable and adaptable.
Piloting services from a number of companies that provide resources for caregivers.
Canadian architect designs a center for seniors.
Plans wire another 240 around the nation with the technology.
Louisville has been racing to redefine itself for the digital future.
The goal: deeply analyze the data to provide better alerts and tailored recommendations for patients and caregivers.
Including use of technology.
'They don’t have time to try some new technology.'
Health IT is being embraced by providers, caregivers and elders themselves.
The foundry is cultivating innovations that help older adults age at home.
At the Louisville Innovation Summit, experts discussed role of tech in staying independent.
Computerized brain-training games help specific game you’re playing.
Louisville named Age-Friendly by AARP.
But at the end of the day, how do you design for all?