Aging in Place: An Expectation and a Technology Market

Technology to help age in place is at its most available and lowest cost to date. Technology promises to help tighten and grow care provider relationships, improving the ability to age more successfully, remain at home longer and more safely, and better weather change over time.

“Before the tech revolution, the village took care of you. Now we will have an electronic village.”

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