Silver Hands Assist App

A large percentage of older adults have critical health and social needs post discharge from a hospital or medical center. Inaccessibility to these social areas have been linked to decline in overall health and historically has been noted to stunt self-actualization. Providing access to resources will not only improve their health and well-being but also decrease the cost of healthcare and improve health outcomes

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3 thoughts on “Silver Hands Assist App

  1. Thank you

  2. I love this idea. This is a very good time to develop this type of app/service as well because an increasing number of seniors are getting used to technology. My parents, as an example, have had to get used to doing their medical check-ups virtually. They are not technology experts, but they are comfortable with using simple apps and tools. I believe the expectation of using technology to manage this experience will only increase in the next 5 years.

    1. Thanks Tina for your feedback!
      I agree with your thoughts. Seniors are able to use technology if it’s simple enough . In light of Covid, a lot of seniors are adapting to these changes and hence this presents a great time to incorporate this as a resource for their well being and success at maintaining their independence.

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