Medical care for frail elderly people is not working. Dr. John Sloan describes the problem and how to fix it.
This video is an overview of the Home Health Services of Rx Staffing & Home Care located in Sacramento, Ca. Ken Erman is CEO and provides a summary of the various home health care options, and a company overview.
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For more news and videos visit ☛ english.ntdtv.com Follow us on Twitter ☛ http Add us on Facebook ☛ me.lt An ageing Japanese population is presenting an exciting business opportunity for robot manufacturers. Panasonic and many other companies showcase sophisticated robots for the ill and elderly at the Home Care and Rehabilitation Exhibition in Tokyo. Panasonic says its new hair-washing robot may look like a glorified barber’s chair, but it has been developed to replicate the dexterous touch of a human who might otherwise be employed to wash the hair of the elderly or infirm. Its creators say the machine features up-to-date robotic technologies to replace human care-givers without degrading the quality of service. [Tohru Nakamura, Developer at Panasonic]: “Using robotic hand technology and 24 robotic fingers, this robot can wash the hair of the elderly or handicapped in a way human hands do in order to support them to have better daily lives.” Upgraded from its 16-fingered version, the machine now features 24 robotic fingers to shampoo, massage and rinse in about three minutes. Conditioning and a blow-dry add another five minutes to the process. Nakamura says Japan’s rapidly ageing society supports a healthy market in care-giving robot technologies. [Tohru Nakamura, Developer at Panasonic]: “Japan is already an aged society, and we see it as a business opportunity. We will develop more care-giving technologies for the elderly or handicapped in Japan and will export …