Care for Patients, Care for Caregivers

We are social creatures, so it’s no mystery that feeling chronically lonely can incresase risks for serious health consequences on par with smoking a pack a day.

For patients with Alzheimer’s or other dementias, loneliness and social isolation can increase agitation, delirium, and more, placing tremendous demands on your care team.

Fortunately, Ageless Innovation companion pets are effective and have been shown to reduce feelings of loneliness and isolation, as well as incidences of dementia-related agitation.

Loneliness and social isolation have been shown to increase the likelihood of depression, stroke, heart disease, and more.

Ageless Innovation pets can address all these conditions and more, and typically become more effective over time.

These pets are an innovative, holistic treatment for loneliness and isolation, and can reduce risks of other mental, emotional, and physical illnesses—improving patients’ quality-of-life and overall health outcomes.

- S. Wexler, L. Drury, C. Pollak, B. Disomma, S. Narducci, S. Iovino, K. Scher Robotic Pet Therapy Improves Outcomes for Hospitalized Older Adults

Ageless Innovation pets can help patients feel happier, calmer, and more connected for improved well-being and better health outcomes.

At Ageless Innovation, our goal has always been rooted in providing the most effective therapy to deliver the greatest amount of joy. Joy has the power to reduce stress, combat loneliness and isolation, while increasing cognition, capability and a sense of real purpose among older adults. And we have the data and experiences to support this—see for yourself!

S. Wexler, L. Drury, C. Pollak, B. Disomma, S. Narducci, S. Iovino, K. Scher

Aging and Health Technology Watch