The China Post
Date: December 19, 2016
By: Stephanie Chao
TAIPEI, Taiwan — Premier Lin Chuan expressed hopes that technology and smart technology could be employed to meet the demands Taiwan’s aging society, while visiting a care center in New Taipei City on Sunday.
“Care for the elderly must be undertaken step-by-step,” Lin said.
Lin said high-quality care must be provided to ensure a healthy population.
Stressing that as Taiwan gradually becomes a “super-aged” society, Lin said long-term care services cannot rely only on the labor of migrant workers, citing his hopes that Taiwan would employ technology to compensate for a dwindling workforce and to increase efficiency. [FULL STORY]