We use it for keeping up with family and for making day-to-day activities easier.

During the last 20+ years, technology has improved the way we connect and interact with each other. From social media to helpful gadgets, technology can help you stay active, stay safe, and stay in touch with loved ones. Continue reading to learn why embracing technology can help you maintain a simpler and more productive life.

Long-Distance Caregiving Made Easier with Technology

Caregiving from a distance is a daunting job. Even consistent phone calls and check-ins with healthcare providers do not give you the full picture of your loved one's well-being. Thankfully, technology advancements empower long-distance caregivers to provide better care from afar. We explore some devices that can make your job as a long-distance caregiver easier.

Apps for Seniors that Make Life Easier

If you're one of those smartphone owners, you probably use mobile apps every single day. We have put together a list of apps for seniors that are easy to use and can truly improve a senior's life.

Staying in Touch: A Video Chat Guide for Seniors

Video chats are great for seniors to stay connected to family when they can't be there in person. Whether it be through FaceTime, Skype or Zoom there are a ton of great options to connect via video online.

7 Gadgets for Seniors Living with Alzheimer's

Technology has become more user-friendly for people with Alzheimer's disease and other dementias, as well as their caregivers. If you or a loved one is living with Alzheimer's, find out how these tech tools and gadgets can help with different aspects of daily life.

Innovative Technology Makes Managing Medications Simple

As people age, managing medications typically becomes more complex. Thanks to these apps and devices, seniors can manage their medications more easily and safely.

Health Monitoring Devices and Apps for Seniors

Thanks to technology, the choice of older adults to age at home has become more realistic and safer. Medical alert systems, mobile apps, assistive devices, wearable trackers and other devices are helping keep seniors safer, healthier, and more independent. Let's take a look at what's available.