Elder care

Medical Cannabis Finds an Eager Market In Florida Retirees

Sunshine State boomers suffering the aches of age discover rolling a joint, like riding a bike, is another one of those things you don't forget.

To Deal With an Aging Population, Thailand Businesses Bet on Demand for Robots and Diapers

Thai elderly care robot Dinsow can not only keep track of your medication and video-phone your relatives, but can also exercise with you and even entertain you with its karaoke skills.

How One Woman's Mission to Preserve Her Mother's Mobility Lead to a Great Invention

Read how novice inventor Lesli Jenkins Wang got the conservative medical industry to accept her Free2GoRollator late last year.

Why This Man Went From VP to Franchisee

Pat Abernathey believed the Caring Senior Service model so much, he went from the vice president of franchise development to running a franchise himself.

The Brilliant Software That's Turning Grandma's TV Into a Caregiving Tool

A TV-based caregiving platform keeps the elderly in touch

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