Connective care technology supports aging in place for seniors. It provides easy connectivity, enhances security, empowers health management, promotes social connection, and reduces costs. Seniors can embrace telehealth and other devices like smart home devices, wearables, and personal emergency response systems (PERS) to stay connected and independent. PERS ensures immediate access to emergency services, while remote patient monitoring (RPM) helps seniors manage their health. Social connection is fostered through virtual assistants, combating social isolation. Remaining at home also avoids high assisted-living costs. Connective care technology is essential for a positive aging experience. Read the full article.