Promising developments keep coming for aging in place

11/6/2011 | Aging In Place Technology Watch

A video phone that allows seniors and remote caregivers to see and talk with each other, a system that turns any bed into a multifunction health-monitoring device and a neighborhood-specific social network that allows aging neighbors to keep tabs on one another are among recent notable developments in care-giving and senior monitoring. More can be expected ahead of key summits next year on aging-in-place technology.

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