Senior Care Technology the Antidote to Killer Side Effects of Loneliness from Aging in Place?

Senior Housing News

Loneliness comes with killer side effects for some aging-in-place seniors, but certain technologies geared toward social engagement may provide an antidote, senior care technology developers say.  Read more 

U.S. Should Make ‘Life-Long Homes’ A Priority, Says Henry Cisnerors

Kaiser Health News

What will it take for Americans to age successfully in place? This question has immediate importance for policymakers and families as an estimated 10,000 Baby Boomers turn 65 years old every day. It’s the subject of a new book, “Independent for Life: Homes and Neighborhoods for an Aging America,” authored by more than a dozen leading aging and housing experts and co-edited by Henry Cisneros, a four-term mayor of San Antonio and former secretary of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Read more

U.S. News: 10 Things Aging Americans [Should] Want for a Better Retirement

Senior Housing News

Aging in place is a focal point of a list of ten improvements—which includes home-based healthcare, universal design, and more geriatricians—that aging Americans will want or eventually need as the older population continues its rapid expansion ,according to U.S. News: Money. Read more

CMS Adds Three More Healthcare Organizations to its Pilot Telemedicine Program

Health Tech Zone

Telemedicine is becoming so popular that even the government is doing it. Originally conceived as a way to monitor astronauts’ health in space, it’s now moved decidedly earthward and is bringing many benefits and rewards by caring for patients away from the hospital. Read more


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