Helping people age at home
Boomer U To researchers at Washington State University, the 30 or so gadgets on the ceilings and walls of Linda Moulder and Jerry White’s home are perhaps the future to helping people to live safely and independently in their homes as long as possible. The technology that can keep tabs on mental and physical well being could also ease the job of caregivers, perhaps boosting their mental health and decreasing burnout.
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