The concept of aging in place is growing popular as more seniors live longer and more active lives, but virtual care technology is needed to help make the concept a reality.

Due to advances in nearly every aspect of human existence, including healthcare, human beings are living longer lives. As the population ages, and remains active for longer, their care must also evolve to enable seniors to age in place and continue the activities that mean the most to them.

At a virtual session during Telehealth Awareness Week, hosted by the American Telemedicine Association (ATA), a panel of senior care and technology experts discussed how the concept of aging has changed, and the role technology can play in supporting seniors more effectively.

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