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New Tech Ideas for Aging Well

New technology can counter some difficulties aging adults face with everyday tasks and can also help caregivers better understand the needs of their loved ones. The tech market for adults over age 50 is growing rapidly, with older consumers expected to spend $84 billion on tech products by the end of the next decade, according to recent AARP research.

Keeping up with new products and their potential uses.)

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