An airbag belt to prevent broken hips, more

I know dozens of tech-savvy senior citizens relying on the latest technology to help with their lives.  Take my own parents, for example: Every morning, my 83-year-old dad rehabs his new Tivanium alloy knee on a recumbent bike while reading the news on his iPhone. He also answers phone calls […]

I know dozens of tech-savvy senior citizens relying on the latest technology to help with their lives. 

Take my own parents, for example: Every morning, my 83-year-old dad rehabs his new Tivanium alloy knee on a recumbent bike while reading the news on his iPhone. He also answers phone calls right inside his ears with nearly invisible, Bluetooth-connected, fancypants high-tech hearings aids

The same goes for my 77-year-old mom. She goes to YouTube to figure out how to do everything from fixing a lawnmower to antiquing a dresser. She FaceTimes with my daughter regularly and keeps her surprisingly busy schedule neatly organized on her smartphone. 

More often than not in recent years, these increasingly high-tech adaptations in a seniors’ daily routine can make life better for both older adults and the people who love them.

https://www.usatoday.com/story/tech/2022/04/27/senior-friendly-tech-airbag-belt-prevent-broken-hips-more/9554952002/

Christin Hakim

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