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Aerial Technologies Enables Broader Access to Affordable Remote Care Utilizing Your Home WiFi

Parks Associates data shows that 90% of seniors consider it “very important” to live independently in their own homes for as long as possible, and Wi-Fi adoption in senior households is increasingly widespread. “87% of consumers in U.S. broadband households ages 65-74 and 76% of those ages 75 and older report using Wi-Fi at home,” reports Jennifer Kent, Senior Director, Parks Associates. “The groundwork is laid for home services providers to offer seniors connected solutions that helps them age actively, safely, and in coordination with family and professional caregivers.”

From the press release "Aerial Technologies Enables Broader Access to Affordable Remote Care Utilizing Your Home WiFi."

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