Wednesday, April 27, 2016

AARP: 71 Percent Of Caregivers Want To Use Caregiver-Focused Technology

Earlier this week, a report from Parks Associates found that while 76 percent of caregivers in US broadband households own a smartphone, just 40 percent of this group use an app to help them with caregiving tasks. Parks explained that the low adoption of caregiving apps was in part because of the age distribution of caregivers. Some 27 percent of caregivers are aged 45 to 54 and just 16 percent of caregivers in this age group are also app users.

From the article "AARP: 71 Percent Of Caregivers Want To Use Caregiver-Focused Technology" byAditi Pai.

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