Aging in Place
Aging in place is when a person lives and ages in the residence of their choosing, usually their home, for as long as they are able. The choice to age in place involves planning for current and future needs, both physical and financial.
A person who wants to age in place may need home modifications such as wider doorways or a ramp to make way for mobility products. A personal care aide or home health aide may be needed to help with bathing and dressing or medication management.
Home medical equipment dealers can make recommendations for home safety or join the home modification industry to help their clients age in place successfully. Home health agencies play a key role in aging in place by proving the care and companionship a person may need to successfully stay home.
PAWTUCKET, Rhode Island—Ageless Innovation, the maker of robotic companion pets for seniors, has been tapped by global entertainment company Hasbro, Inc. to create new gaming experiences specifically for older adults and their families.
BALA CYNWYD, Penn. (May 3, 2022)—Connect America LLC, a provider of connective care technology for seniors and vulnerable populations, has announced the launch of Connect America Home—the next-generation, artificial intelligence-enabled digital health and safety platform that provides secure, nonintrusive, continuous monitoring with emergency and nonemergency support to help aging and vulnerable populations live safely, independently and well at home.
ATLANTA (May 3, 2022)—SageHome Inc. it has partnered with strategic advisors, Cairngorm Capital Partners LLP (Cairngorm Capital), and acquired New Bath Today Inc. (NBT). Both initiatives accelerate its aging in place offering.