Although senior care and living is already a highly regulated industry, adoption of artificial intelligence tools has created new considerations that providers should be aware of, legal experts warn.
Two toolkits are out to help senior living providers and others address some of the biggest threats to older adult health and wellness: influenza, respiratory syncytial virus, COVID-19 and falls.
The receipt of physical therapy within three months of presentation was linked to a reduced risk for subsequent falls.
Developers of a mechanical toilet lift recently raised more than $1 million in seed funding and are looking to start more partnerships with senior living providers.
A falls prevention system enhanced by AI will be officially installed soon at a memory care community operated by Maplewood Senior Living.
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Self-reported falls were more common in women, but fall-related deaths were more common in men.
A large digital health platform for seniors has bolstered its emergency response system tools, and is forging new partnerships with senior living and care clients.
A new device researchers are describing as a “mini brain” could help identify the link between traumatic brain injuries and Alzheimer’s.
Despite claims that blue light filtering can alleviate symptoms of eye strain, research showed no little to no difference between those using blue lights and those who do not.
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