Is telerehabilitation safe and effective for older adults?

an old woman with her caregiver

Seniors are susceptible to cognitive frailty, which can lead to adverse health outcomes. It is considered a precursor to neurodegenerative processes, involving both physical and cognitive domains.

The prevalence of frailty among community-dwelling older adults is increasing globally, with estimates ranging from 1.0 to 22.0%.¹

Is telerehabilitation safe and effective for older adults?

The implementation of telerehabilitation among older adults has demonstrated several advantages, including a sense of assurance and safety, providing diagnosis, treatment, education, and rehabilitation. This approach facilitates access to care in both rural and urban areas, while also reducing costs for healthcare providers and patients.

Senior-friendly web-based applications serve as promising tools to address cognitive frailty and to educate older adults about non-pharmacological approaches for memory improvement.

ARC is the medical device designed to meet seniors’ needs

Clinical studies have shown that our telerehabilitation solution, ARC intellicare, is both safe and effective for older individuals, with excellent results in terms of satisfaction and treatment adherence. ARC is designed with a user-friendly interface, making it suitable even for those less skilled with technology.

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¹ www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC8997970

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