Earlier this month, the Senate Special Committee on Aging convened a panel to consider the question: Can advances in digital technology help seniors live independently?
The panel discussed assistive technologies such as sensor-based monitoring systems, tele-health and wearable devices that are already available or in development, and looked at the thorny issue of privacy.
This video of the full session offers a window into the proceedings. (Click here to read the complete transcript.)
The majority of Americans say they want to age in place, but what are the trade-offs? Where do you draw the line on privacy? Let’s get a conversation going!