Additional Technology Articles
Not to sound like an alarmist, but the chances of a cyberattack have never been greater.
An Ohio senior living community is finding that fidget spinners and cubes seem to produce a calming effect in those with Alzheimer's disease and dementia.
These new gadgets could be game-changers for senior living ... She's 98. He's 94. They met at the gym and just got married ... How tech can ease the trials of getting old ... Gym-going seniors are benefiting from more than exercise
Briggs Healthcare now will offer eBriggs digital forms for assisted living software systems.
Technology is changing many aspects of senior living security. New products and services are making it easier than ever to keep residents safe.
Brand Integrity has launched a new mobile app that will supplement its current platform, which is meant to help companies with tasks related to reducing turnover and improving bottom-line costs.
Medication Management Partners will integrate its assisted living pharmacy with PointClickCare's senior care software platform through a new partnership.
Leaders at a New York retirement community say their new smartphone app is bringing convenience to residents and enabling staff members to spend more time with them.
Elmcroft Senior Living has introduced a proprietary medication management system into more than half of its senior living communities, with plans to use it in all of its communities in the future. Belmont Village Senior Living uses the same system.
Baby boomers and their elders make up outsize share of consumer spending ... The octogenarians who love Amazon's Alexa ... Venture capitalists want tech for people over 50