2 in 5 U.S. Adults Over 50 Report Feeling Lonely: How Adult Children Can Help Their Parents Live Independently and Feel Less Isolated

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(BPT) - As baby boomers transition into their golden years, the demand for senior care technology that connects parents and children is skyrocketing. Now, more than ever, many seniors desire to continue living at home. In fact, if given the choice, 77% of adults over 50 would prefer to age in place. However, many of the adult children of these seniors, who play a crucial role in this journey, are concerned about safety and socialization.

Now, new care technology from Homewatch CareGivers allows seniors to fulfill these wishes, supporting both adult children and seniors by virtually connecting them with caregivers, family and friends.

The technology provides non-intrusive and secure monitoring and connection to minimize feelings of isolation and loneliness. Families can have peace of mind knowing their loved ones are safe and receiving the care and attention they need. For more information on virtual home care technology, visit homewatchcaregivers.com/fox.