With the expectation of the aging population to increase and outpace younger generations, it is apparent that different models and forms of support will be needed to accommodate their varying levels of needs. The prediction of a shortage of caregivers both in-home, in long-term facilities, and in hospitals is concerning, but robots are here to help.
Robotics coming to the aid of this generation is opportunistic but also presents many challenges including accessibility, feasibility, adaptability, and flexibility. Will robotics be accessible to every aging adult across the world? What are the barriers that can be addressed during this current window of opportunity to meet this growing demand?
This first webinar in the series will set the groundwork for the many technical and ethical considerations in utilizing advanced technologies such as robotics for this rapidly growing and highly diverse aging population.
Join this interactive live webinar to hear our guest experts offer different perspectives on how rapidly emerging agetek in the form of robotics can be a pragmatic opportunity for the aging population and where industry stakeholders need to come together to make it a trusted and validated resource for the aging.