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According to the World Health Organization. In 1950 there were 200 million people over the age of 60. A.D. By 2000, that number had tripled to about 600 million. It is estimated that by 2025, there will be more than one billion elderly people.

National Seniors Friday, August 21. The aim is to raise awareness of the causes and issues affecting older people and to recognize and acknowledge the contributions made by the elderly to society.

Brian Norton, director of Relief Technology, said it is important to help them in their aging process, including providing them with the services they need to continue living a life of freedom. Today we join products to help seniors do that. There’s more to it than that –

Auxiliary technology for the elderly

  • He could not do anything to help a person do something
  • Reduces reliance on other people and care systems
  • It includes freedom in all areas of their lives (home, work and play)

Daily living allowances

  • Kitchen utensils -High-contrast contrast board, 2 liter holder, elevator stand


  • Video speakers (desktop and handheld) – Reading resources for low visually impaired people that enhance the rest of the view so that you can read and view printed materials (eg letters, newspapers, recipes)
  • Document reader – Transforms document reader into speech and helps people with low vision to read printed materials (eg letters, newspapers, recipes).


  • Internet-connected health devices – Monitor your health and report directly to health care providers (report)Blood pressure, glucose control, cardio mobile, etc.).
  • Medication Reminders – Remember to take your medicine at the right time.
  • Identification of failure – Notify a family member or loved one in the event of a fall (Distinguish between Apple Watch and Walnut Fall)


  • Smart Speakers (Eco Display) and Tablets (GrandPad) – An easy and sensible way to stay in touch with family and loved ones when you are socially isolated or lonely
  • Enhanced Phone (Transparency) / Caption Phones (Captain) – Extended phones allow the user to raise his voice as needed to hear clearly. Caption phones have a built-in screen for displaying captions of everything the caller says.
  • Personal Listening Device (Belman Audio) – Allows people to be heard clearly in small groups or public places where further emphasis is needed

Agency information

  • The Eastern Crossroads has been promoting freedom for people with disabilities for more than 85 years.
  • The INDATA project has a library loan of more than 2,500 items.
  • Try it for free before you buy something
  • Learn more at

Go to or call 888-466-1314 for more information about the INDATA project at the Esterstles intersection.

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