Feeding the Appetite for Innovation in Senior Tech

Should seniors be spending more time online? The answer might be surprising.

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According to research published in the June 2020 issue of Dialogues in Clinical Neuroscience, computer and internet use can lead to less loneliness, depression, and isolation in aging adults, as well as a greater sense of control over their lives. What’s more, the research reported increases in neural activity, and that some computer activity — even video games — may improve memory, multitasking skills, and other abilities.

Recognizing the potential of senior tech, our own company started the Koelsch Innovation Lab, an initiative that tests new tools and techniques addressing aging challenges and synthesizes them into a systematic philosophy of care.

Find out more about how Koelsch is utilizing senior tech to empower our residents in the column by 425Business.


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