A robot that could help residents who have fallen, and send an alert when there's unusual behavior, is currently being developed in Europe, according to The Telegraph.
Some Korean nursing home residents recently welcomed a newly developed robot that can deodorize the air after detecting the scent of soiled diapers.
An experimental "socially assistive" robot has been shown to get better results in elderly rehabilitation patients than human therapists, preliminary research finds.
Engineers in Japan have created a caregiving robot to help busy nursing home workers who lift residents roughly 40 times per day.
He is a sweet furry creature named Paro, and, yes, he's a robot. So what's the problem?
Paro, the robotic baby seal designed to reduce stress and lift the spirits of elderly individuals, has sparked an ethical debate over the role these types of "medical devices" should play in eldercare.