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Technology Helps Seniors Live Safely and Independently at Home

Sensors used at TigerPlace now available to aging adults in the Columbia area

 


ResearcherThe shadow-like, privacy-protecting image, shows an actual fall captured with sensor technology installed at TigerPlace.

The shadow-like, privacy-protecting image, shows an actual fall captured with sensor technology installed at TigerPlace.
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Story posted: May 11, 2015

By: Jesslyn Chew

COLUMBIA, Mo. – For more than 10 years, two University of Missouri researchers have researched and developed technology to help people age in place safely and independently. The research started at TigerPlace, an independent housing facility in Columbia, which was developed by the University of Missouri in collaboration with Americare Systems Inc. Now, the researchers are taking their technology into aging adults’ own homes through Sinclair@Home, a service through Sinclair Home Care of the MU Sinclair School of Nursing.

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