Aging-in-place technology is helping to improve the aging experience for seniors and family caregivers.
By Sally Abrahms, Contributing Writer
From Kiplinger's Retirement Report, June 2017
Imagine your frail father dons a virtual reality headset so he can "attend" his grandson's graduation and feel as if he's really there. Or your mom, forgetful about her medicine, swallows a teensy sensor encased in medication that will relay the time she took the pill and the dosage to her smartphone.