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Aloe Care Health Survey Highlights Difficult Time for American Aged 70+ This Holiday

More Than Two in Five Americans Aged 70+ Want Daily Communication with Family; Two-Thirds Wish There Were a Simpler Technological Solution to Speak with Family Members

Many older Americans will be alone this holiday season and are longing for a simpler way to connect with their families, according to a new online Harris Poll of Americans aged 70+. The survey, which reached 221 older adults, was commissioned by Aloe Care Health. Aloe Care are the makers of the first voice-activated, comprehensive solution for elder communication and safety.

When asked about holiday plans, halfof Americans ages 70 and older said they won’t see family in-person or haven’t made plans to do so. Nearly a thirdstated definitively that they won’t be seeing family in-person this year. The number of older adults who will be alone this season will likely be even higher, with one in fivesaying they still had not made plans, just a month away from Thanksgiving 2020.

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The survey also found that more than two in fiveAmericans aged 70+ would like to have daily communication with family. Many older adults also want that communication to be easier: two thirdswish there were a simpler technological solution (e.g., doesn’t require software download, doesn’t require a smartphone) that would allow them to talk to family members.

“With the loneliest season upon us, it is incredibly important to maintain an open channel of communication, particularly with the older adults in our lives,” said Ray Spoljaric, CEO & Co-Founder of Aloe Care. “This holiday season will be an especially challenging one, with COVID-19 introducing new hurdles to traveling and spending time with family. This survey also indicates that older Americans need simpler, more intuitive ways of connecting. We’re proud to offer a solution that keeps people effortlessly connected and safe to meet the needs of our time.”

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Aloe Care created the world’s most-advanced in-home medical alert and communication system for older adults. Acclaimed by PCMag, Today’s Caregiver, and MD Tech Review, among others, the service improves elders’ safety and makes connection and care collaboration intuitive and easy. Aloe Care includes a Smart Hub for live, two-way, hands-free communication for elders with family members and, if needed, emergency services. Its built-in Smart Sensors convey elders’ motion, air quality, and environmental conditions in the Aloe Care Family App (iPhone and Android). People who use the service have 24/7 access to a professional emergency response team and the Family App is designed for optimal care collaboration. Additional Aloe Care sensors are available to automatically detect falls. The company is now taking orders for its Mobile Companion, set to ship before the end of the year (2020).

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