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Israeli Invention Offers Computerized Companionship for the Elderly

From The Fellowship’s extensive work caring for elderly people in Israel, the former Soviet Union, and in other places around the world, we know that isolation and loneliness can be some of the biggest challenges for older populations. That’s why we’re especially intrigued by a new Israeli invention that acts as a computerized companion to older people who live alone.

We love that Israeli inventions are meeting real needs and making the world a better place for sometimes-overlooked populations. 

Learn how you can help The Fellowship offer lifesaving help to elderly in need. 

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