Not many families currently use technology to help them carry out their caregiving responsibilities. But unpaid family caregivers are still very interested in technology, according to Caregivers and Technology: What They Want and Need, a national survey and report from AARP. This study found that caregivers who participated in the 2015 AARP national survey were most interested in technologies that offer peace of mind, ensure medications are managed accurately and with ease, and help coordinate tasks and disseminate information. Also, the AARP survey revealed 3 barriers to technology adoption: lack of awareness, cost, and time to find or learn about new technologies. In April 2016 AARP published the comprehensive report (48 pages) which can be found by following this link.