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Putting a Stop to Ageist Ideologies

putting-a-stop-to-ageist-ideologiesTeaching our older relatives how to use a smartphone is one of the best things we can do to help them keep up with the fast-paced world. Not only will it keep them entertained, but smartphones provide just as many benefits to seniors, such as helping them improve memory and overall health.

When used responsibly, our phones provide us with aid like no other. For seniors, their phones can help them keep track of tasks, such as exercising and when to take their medications. There are countless doctor-recommended apps out there that can guarantee senior health at home and in our senior care home in Bellevue, Washington.

At Bellevue Rose AFH Inc., we help senior residents keep in touch with family and friends who live outside of our adult family home in Washington. Additionally, we make sure to help our residents with the following:

  • Encourage them to try out apps that are research-informed.
  • We help install wellness and mental health platforms that are HIPAA-compliant to protect their information. This also ensures that their information will not be sold to third parties.
  • Help keep up with their physical activity by letting them try out wearable techs, such as smartwatches that count their steps, heart rate, and more.
  • Modify device settings to improve comfort and accessibility to their vision and hearing.

As a provider of senior care services, we understand the importance of continuing human relationships throughout the stages of our life. Thus, we do our best in helping our senior residents incorporate technology into their personal life, their health, as well as their hobbies.

For more information about our senior care home, feel free to get in touch with us anytime. We also offer dementia care services at our facility.

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