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.
The Brilliant Software That's Turning Grandma's TV Into a Caregiving Tool
A TV-based caregiving platform keeps the elderly in touch
Why I Upgraded From an Independent Business to an In-Home Care Franchise to Scale Business
Naomi Cotrone already had six years of experience in the in-home care industry prior to opening a Right at Home franchise.
Can You Be Too Old For Facebook? This 113-Year-Old Was, But That Didn't Stop Her.
The clever centenarian did what countless whippersnappers under 13 do to get on the popular social network: She lied. But you can't really blame her.
Franchise Players: After 9/11, This Franchisee Sold Everything to Reboot His Career
For Andrew Slattery, the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001, were a wakeup call to switch careers and become a franchisee.
How to Manage Your Business and Care For an Aging Relative at the Same Time
It is a delicate balance to keep your business on track while juggling the responsibility of caring for an aging relative.