- Author:Freddy Homburger
- Publisher:Springer Pub Co (May 1, 1994)
- Pages:280 pages
- Subcategory:Medicine & Health Sciences
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The elderly might often get the impression that technological revolution takes only the young and capable into .
There might be some truth to it but for everyone’s greatest luck, it started to change and I believe it should continue. Let me show you how technological developments for the elderly could help them and change their quality of life for the better. With the help of Buddi, a smart wearable, a ‘safe zone’, an area that is trusted enough for an elderly person to travel within comfortably, can be established so that if the person travels outside the zone, caregivers are alerted. 5) Dress up and eat like a pro.