Rothkoff Law Group launches AgeTech Coordination to address the technology needs of aging adults
Rothkoff Law Group, based in Cherry Hill, which specializes in elder care law, has recently launched AgeTech Coordination, which is designed to address the technological needs of older adults and the use of advanced technology to promote aging in the elderly. ‘environment as restrictive as possible.
The goal of AgeTech Coordination is to develop and implement a plan to improve support and monitoring systems through technological innovations, while improving quality of life while reducing healthcare costs.
“While not a substitute for human interaction, AgeTech can improve social connection, individual security, and improve the quality of life of older people,” said Bryan Adle of Rothkoff. “Recognizing this, AgeTech Coordination will further enhance our existing work on behalf of seniors, helping them access the best possible care and pay for it without breaking the bank.”
The main goals of an AgeTech plan include:
- Address simple low-tech concepts, such as fire and home monitors to increase personal safety in the home;
- Identification of high-tech options, such as smart lighting, mobility, social engagement, and portable and sensory aids, to increase quality of life and reduce care costs;
- Coordinate the installation and integration of recommended technology, including coordination with external organizations and identification of grant programs to offset costs; i
- Regularly re-evaluating both the technological needs of the aging adults that Rothkoff Law Group attends to and the technology available for their benefit.
“Technology is an integral part of the modern approach to safe aging at home,” said Rothkoff managing partner Jerold Rothkoff. “There is tremendous innovation going on and many customers are not fully aware of many of the extraordinary tools that are being developed that can help older people to age safely and independently. This includes widespread sensors, wearables, computer systems. smart health, artificial intelligence technology and more. “
“Helping our customers with these emerging technologies that make caring for seniors more efficient and making seniors’ lives more independent is critical to bridging that gap in the future, ”Rothkoff concluded.