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Here are 5 revolutionary health gadgets for seniors that showcase the abilities of tech and modern medicine
CarePredict Tempo Series 3
CarePredict Tempo Series 3

David Novak, The Gadget Guy

While smart health-focused wearables may be most popular with our youth, seniors are getting in on the action as well.  Here are 5 revolutionary health gadgets for seniors that showcase the abilities of tech and modern medicine. 



Know how your senior loved one is doing everyday by checking if they’re skipping meals, aren’t sleeping well, are less active, or just deviating from their routine. The CarePredict Tempo Series 3 is an AI-powered Preventive Senior Care Health Wearable that’s designed specifically for seniors. It’s the world’s first wearable that’s able to learn and detect any changes in daily activities, as well as any difference in behavior patterns, allowing families to monitor and even predict health issues. $350


The Triple W DFree is a smart wearable bladder scanner that helps seniors with urinary incontinence. With it, seniors get to live their lives more freely and make it to the facilities in time, every time. The scanner’s non-invasive body sensor uses ultrasound technology to monitor their bladder around the clock. The Smartphone App analyzes the data collected to predict when seniors need to go to the restroom, triggering phone/tablet notifications that help them to stay fresh. $400


3. GrandPad

Consumer Cellular's GrandPad takes the best of communication and the internet, and fits it into an intuitive senior-friendly tablet that keeps them connected. Check weather, share photos, email, text...even play games. The GrandPad UI lets loved ones connect to GrandPad's private family network via iPhone, iPad, Android or Desktop, and upload photos or adjust settings for the GrandPad user. $250



Sirona TV Connect is an easy-to-use "Apple-TV-like" set top box for seniors that connects to a TV using an HDMI cable. It offers tons of features including voice controls via a Voice Assistant. Seniors can ask questions, play music, check the weather/time, and Set Alarms voice applications out-of-the-box. It can also be linked with smart health accessories to measure vital signs like blood pressure, oxygen levels, etc, and Sirona commends the senior with a congratulatory voice prompt when good health results are gauged.  $130



The Apple Watch Series 5 is the company's latest smartwatch iteration, and besides the obvious features, it's also a great health-focused wearable for any tech-savvy senior as it offers a ton of health-focused features like its proprietary Apple Health App, Sleep Tracking features, and even an EEG that can notify users from potential tachycardia attacks or other heart failure conditions. $400


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