Aging in Place in the 21st Century

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Webinar: Home Care in the 21st Century

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Existing consumer electronics and networking technologies are being re-purposed to enable family caregivers with the ability to remain aware of a loved one’s health and safety. Perhaps the easiest way to think of these systems is as a “baby monitor times ten”. This is being heralded by pundits from the Consumer Electronics industry as the next big thing. Enabling a virtual presence in a home makes whole new levels of service and care that is affordable and available to almost everyone. The world of home care is about to change radically and rapidly.

The presenter, Mark Shea, has over twenty years of experience with networking and internet technologies, ten years with Microsoft. He teaches Social Media at the University of Washington. Mark currently owns a Home Care agency in Mount Vernon. Washington, North Cascade Right at Home. Mark will be presenting his vision of how these technologies can be leveraged by the Home Care agency of the 21st Century.

Title: Home Care in the 21st Century
Date: Thursday, February 17, 2011
Time: 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM PST
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