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Infographic: Assistive Technology for the Elderly


With advanced age often comes muscular and skeletal issues, injuries, and even memory and communicative difficulties due to Dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease. In all likelihood, many of us will require one or various assistive technologies to accommodate us. In November, we mark Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness and Caregivers Month. Let’s take a look at the various assistive aids that can help our aging population continue to thrive and live independently…

Home Care Plus IG These assistive devices can make a real difference to the lives of elderly people

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