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Some 110 million Americans are over the age of 50 — a percentage set to rise significantly in the coming years. Experts have even speculated that the first person to live more than 150 years is alive today, noted AARP CEO Jo Ann Jenkins.
The link below highlights startups that are trying to help those who want to "age in place" stay safe at home and when out and about.


Some great ideas here, whose cost of delivery should fall in coming years.


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