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Tuesday, January 18, 2011

New Devices Help Seniors Stay Longer in Their Own Homes

Harry Wang, director of health and mobile product research for Parks Associates, a Dallas-based market research firm that tracks digital technology trends, said that with "the senior safety tracking and monitoring that helps seniors remain in the home longer, we've seen a little bit better traction over the last several years."

Parks Associates has projected that by 2012 more than 3.4 million senior citizens in the United States will be using networked sensor applications to mo ...read more

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