There is now a smart watch for everyone. Yes that includes Grandmom and Granddad. Research clearly shows that these devices helps to keep busy people, from the harried housewife to the busy working mom on track. The smart watch can monitor your home, exercise schedule and also your medication regiment. There is a gentle beep to remind you just in case you forget, so you don’t have to worry if you forget. You can spend a little or a lot. There are devices to sync from your home if wearing a smart watch is something you don’t care to do.
- Brick and mortar retailers are carrying starter kits that help get started with newer technology.
- Wearable devices are becoming more popular and allow caregivers to monitor activity and vitals over a period of time.
- AdhereTech as well as other companies have medication management systems that will help ensure the proper dose is given on time.
“GrandCare provides remote monitoring of an elderly patient’s blood pressure, glucose level and even weight.”