One that you love, now she is lonely.

Most elders prefer to remain in their own homes as they age, but one of the risks is lack of social contacts. Even with a caregiver coming in to assist, there is still a lack of fun, excitement and connection to peers. Family members living at a distance may feel at a loss as to how to help.

Isolation and

loneliness are the key

problems of

our parents.

 

Nowaday technology

can help solve them.

Aging parents look for ways to occupy their time and find connecting to others.

Dinsow companion can help! By always stationed next to the bed, Dinsow can:

• Help elderly to talk to family members living at  a distance easily.

• Act as a friend by playing music, displaying family pictures or play comedy shows.

• Persuade to play games.

• etc.

Dinsow can contact others on their mobile devices when help is needed, even in the dark.

 

It can monitor when elders  leave bed and can also  automatically answer  phone calls.

Caring for Alzheimer’s and dementia can be difficult  and costly.

 

The best way is to avoid  getting it. Using Dinsow may help reduce this chance.

 

Dinsow can ask the elderly to play a brain-exercise game  to slow memory loss.  This game can be played every day. This fun game shows pictures of different people and asks the player  to match with their names.

 

The name of the game is “Who’s that!”

 

Dinsow can accompany  seniors in their daily activities.

 

With the mobile application, the caretaker can control features of the robot

Older people tend to be forgetful.

This can be dangerous.

Dinsow can remind the elderly  about daily tasks. With the mobile app, caretakers can set reminders for

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One that you love,

now she is lonely.

Most elders prefer to remain in their own homes as they age, but one of the risks is lack of social contacts. Even with a caregiver coming in to assist, there is still a lack of fun, excitement and connection to peers. Family members living at a distance may feel at a loss as to how to help.