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4 Gadgets for Tech Savvy Seniors

Posted by Ruby Cemental on Mar 14, 2017 5:30:00 PM

Senior_holding_cell_phone-LR.jpgAge is just a number. This is something to keep in mind when you decide to take care of a parent or an aging loved one. Tech savvy seniors are out there, and there are a few gadgets they should have to make their life more entertaining, or at least a little easier.

Amazon Echo

This hockey puck-shaped gadget has an assistant built-in, by the name of Alexa. At a simple voice command, Alexa will play music, read the news, talk about the weather, and even operate some of the smart systems within the home.

Roomba

Why would anyone opt to clean their floors if there is an easier solution? The Roomba is an automated device that will vacuum floors for you. Seniors will love this because it’s easier to keep a room clean. It simply cleans on the schedule that it was programmed to clean on.

Kindle Fire

The Kindle Fire is an e-reader that also has apps. Many seniors love to read, but hate the idea of buying more books. The Kindle connects to the internet, making it possible to download an array of new titles. As a bonus gift, you could get them a subscription to Kindle Unlimited, where there is an unlimited number of books available.

TabSafe

This medication management system provides reminders and alerts, and will also dispense the medication. It’s installed in a convenient area of the home and the medication is dispensed based on what a pharmacist enters on the interface within the installed memory chip.

Knowing the gadgets a senior would like and would benefit from is important.At Caring Senior Service, our expert staff is comprised of extremely knowledgeable, friendly, and trusted professionals who take pride in helping your loved one manage their daily activities. Contact us today to learn more!

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Topics: Technology and Seniors