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A number of new technologies are geared toward older users or connecting caregivers with resources and support.
From services such as Doctor on Demand, which allows users to schedule a video appointment with a licensed physician via their smartphone, laptop or tablet, to apps such as Pill Reminder Pro, which reminds users of the dosage and frequency of their medication, technology can help older adults live independently longer.
Individuals who are leaving long-term relationships now use social networking to start dating again, but may be "apparently oblivious to the need for safer sex and the importance of condoms," according to the FPA, as reported by the Daily Mail.
FPA chief executive Julie Bentley says people in this age group may find it hard to discuss issues surrounding sex.
Being mindful of your own personal safety and security will allow you to enjoy yourself and make the most of your time chatting to new friends.