March 20 2020 | 0 CommentWhen this generation looks back at our lives we will begin to reflect on the three new age defining epochs: BC, DC, and AC.
March 16 2020 | 0 CommentSitting in splendid social isolation in London, we see two phrases being used more than any other.
March 13 2020 | 0 CommentIt is easy to neglect physical health when we are worried and stuck inside self-isolating, but it’s crucial to ensuring our overall wellbeing.
March 05 2020 | 0 CommentIn 2019, the world had started to realise the growing health crisis that was being caused by loneliness amongst older adults, in particular.
February 28 2020 | 0 CommentOne of the things that causes AgeTech companies like Kraydel difficulty, is how to refer to the very people whom we are trying to assist. Are they “the elderly”, “elders”, “seniors”, “old people”, “the aged”, “geriatrics” or something else?
February 23 2020 | 0 CommentIn a recent blog article, Paul Moorhead, Kraydel’s Chief Research Officer asked the question “How Old is Old?” and explored some of the terminology used to define the over 70’s.
January 16 2020 | 0 CommentOn the radio yesterday I heard a discussion about the increase in life expectancy during the 20th century. One commentator observed, rather depressingly, that we hadn’t extended life, we had extended death.
January 08 2020 | 0 CommentWhen we describe Kraydel there are always a few people who don’t “get it”.
December 31 2019 | 0 CommentAs people live longer, and families are started later in life, parents are finding themselves in a difficult situation: they are looking after growing families but also have to take care of ageing parents.
November 02 2019 | 0 CommentIoT in the home has been a buzzword for the past few years – but it’s never quite made the mainstream breakthrough it promised. Until now.