Posted in Aging Services
Early next month, I will be giving a presentation to the Wisconsin Association of Homes and Services for the Aging entitled “Jump the Curve to a New Future: 38 Ways Long-Term Care and Senior Housing Will Be Transformed in the Coming Decade.”
As a sort of preview of the presentation, I’d like to share two trends that were in the news this week. The first is that in the near future the bones of seniors will be much stronger than they are today thanks to new bone-boosting drugs now reaching the market.
The second, and somewhat related trend, is that those seniors who no longer can walk will soon be assisted by “wearable” robotics as this video amply demonstrates: