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Creating a dementia caregiver ecosystem -- possibly underpinned with technology that includes the caregiver.
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When driving stops, total isolation kicks in.
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Elderly family members receive messages and alerts directly through their TVs, using a simplified remote.
Retirees who use retirement money to pay housing costs face disaster.
CareTree, one the 80-plus startups that have been accepted to at Chicago's MATTER.
The company still has nearly $19 million to divide up among promising new assistive technologies.
No HIPAA invoked and no one looked at any advanced directive documents.
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Perhaps pet and health markets should cross paths.
UK survey says people fear loss of independence worse than death.
GreatCall applauds Senate Hearing on Technology for Aging in Place.
Reunioncare helps family members organize care and communicate with one another.
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Writer asserts that this voice-enabled device is more useful than first thought.
Will the system be blamed for failure -- or is the problem with people and procedures?
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Maybe certain tech for the elderly doesn't make sense.
iPads will have special software to help elderly.