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In this issue: The applications in wearables, virtual reality, wound care, resident transportation, infection control screening, robotic pet therapy and more.
The company's technology has been selected to participate in a Canadian project to study medication compliance and care coordination in home-based and long-term care patients.
A Dallas startup has created a virtual reality system that can take residents to 1950s London for lunch, plus a library full of other destinations.
Ride-hailing companies are expanding their on-demand services to the long-term care market.
As the world gets more connected and the silver tsunami rises, technology can help senior living providers care for residents while helping them maintain their independence.
Emerging lighting solutions can react to resident movements and adapt to mimic the cycle of dawn to dusk.
One of Google’s most popular apps is being used to take people with dementia on a special bike ride down memory lane.
Virtual reality technology gives seniors life beyond four walls.
A new innovation focused on enhancing quality of life for seniors will open its doors in Louisville, Kentucky, the world's largest hub for aging care.
Wearable technology developers have been trying to figure out the senior market for years. Are they finally beginning to crack the clinical potential?
The software companies are working together to make it easier for staff, residents and their families to communicate.
Social media is a popular method of communication, but what happens when staff and residents use it to share about long term care? Resident blogger Kathleen Mears shares her observations and opinions.
The mobile game that’s helping researchers collect and better understand navigation paths with dementia is going a step further through virtual reality.