Using technology can often be an something that older people find challenging. But understanding it is more important than ever! Technology can be simply used to drastically improve the lives of older people and give them more independence.
So which technologies can be used to enrich the lives of older people, how can they be accessed and how can we help them our relatives make the most of them?
There are many local services that can help older people gain the computer skills they need; whether they have no existing knowledge at all or just want to gain extra skills and confidence.
There is a free digital service you can sign up to where you can find guides to help you in your caring role, information on caring, carers’ rights, problem solving and much more.
The average person has 27 accounts with passwords. So here are Age Space’s top tips on choosing the right passwords.
The aim of telecare is to enable people to stay independent in their own home for as long as possible. Find out more with our guide.
Apps are a great way to help with daily reminders to keep health in check, they are also great for games to keep the mind sharp.