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Several years ago, Samaritan Village began evaluating new technology to further improve its care for residents while providing additional peace of mind.
For the millions of older adults in our country, it's an exciting time to embrace the tech solutions that are creating affordable and necessary resources that haven't been previously available.
Cameras are one way to keep residents, patients and staff safe from theft, violence or, in the case of memory care units, the dangerous wandering of residents off facility grounds. Here are a few features you'll want to know about.
Senior living, medical andlong-term care facilities can take many steps to reduce water consumption considerably. Some will require an investment, but others are free.
The scope for the use of "smart home" technologies in independent and assisted living communities is a real game-changer.
Senior living communities can play a big role in helping manage their residents' medication adherence and avoid the costly consequences of nonadherence — from both health and financial perspectives — for themselves and residents.
There's a way to combat social isolation in senior living that is practical, cost effective, transformative and revolutionary.
Business intelligence and information technology are making health screenings more convenient for older adults, enabling them as well as their care providers to benefit.
By investing in dining management and food service automation technology, senior living communities easily can transition to and manage a personalized dining experience for their residents.