How technology could help you live in your home for longer

Starts at 60:  For many of us as we get older, our wish is to remain living independently in our own home for as long as possible.  As we live longer and healthier lives, staying in your home for longer is becoming a more and more realistic goal.  With the help of technology, tens of thousands of Australians over-60 can expect to live independently in their home much later in life.

Aged care and home care providers such as Feros Care are making investments in the sort of technology that will help you live in your home for as long as you can.  The technology, which includes smart home integration and wearable devices, is finding its way into the homes of more and more over-60s.   Feros Care’s LifeLink General Manager Anthony Bacon said assistive, smart technologies were improving the independence, safety and health of older Australians who want to live independently in their home for as long as possible.  Cont'd...

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