The Caregiver Shortage Is Only Getting Worse
It's time to start considering caregiver technology as a viable benefit in the workplace.
How Better Workplace Data Can Help Women Regain Ground Lost In 2020
Measuring inclusion can help prevent recent gender equity setbacks from becoming permanent.
Why Too Many Women's Leadership Initiatives Fail
Here are three actionable tips to keep high-potential women from leaking through the leadership pipeline at your organization.
Senior Care Is an Established Industry In the Western World. How Will the Industry Evolve In India?
Technology and data will be critical, and India will leapfrog many western economies in building a robust senior care industry that is rooted on the behavioural aspects of the Indian seniors.
4 Hot Tech Trends in Senior Care
As the elderly population grows, entrepreneurs can expand opportunities along with it.
This Startup Plans To Capture The Elder Care Product Market In India
The 60 plus age group is growing in number – from 8 per cent of the total population in 2001 to 10 per cent in 2011, and is further projected to reach 19 per cent by 2041, according to a CII report about the senior citizen category in India.
Examples of Elder Care Business Ideas
If caring for the elderly and offering them services to make their lives easier is a passion of yours, then this could be the business idea for you. Here are 10 examples of elder care business ideas you can learn from.
Can Blockchain Prevent Billion Dollar Scams in the Aged Care Sector?
The technology is capable of establishing an automated environment which leaves no room for scams
Why Elder Care Services is Unexplored in India
Elder care is as much a sociological issue as that of access or affordability
These #4 Startups are Lending a Helping Hand to Senior Citizens
We think that the retirement time is the most relaxing phase for senior citizens but with increasing age, the unavoidable health problem and challenges also keep on escalating.
How to Promote Self-actualization and Independent Living Among Elders
Often the elderly feel inhibited to go out on their own or are apprehensive of this technologically advanced world.
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