Artificial Intelligence and Robotics in Elder Care
Technological advancements in robotics and artificial intelligence may be opening the doors to new possibilities for supporting aging people.
Adults 65 and older constitute the fasting-growing age demographic in the United States. When it comes to elder care, this expanding population is facing a scarcity in people equipped to support them as they get older.
One estimate predicts a shortage of 151,000 paid direct care workers and 3.8 unpaid family caregivers by 2030, increasing to a gap of 355,000 paid workers with 11 million unpaid family caregivers by 2040.
Check out this great article about the future of technology and elder care… and how it may apply to you or your loved one.