A reclusive pensioner who lay dead in his Cheshunt home for over seven weeks before being discovered, may have been saved if he had reached out for help from local community services – it emerged this week.
A hi-tech project which could be a life-saver for older people has been unveiled in Cheshire. Sensors can detect falls, a gas leak and even a pan left on the stove. Read more from the Chester Chronicle.
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With the new Stanford University Network for Diagnosis of Retinopathy of Prematurity (SUNDROP), Dr Moshfeghi can now obtain and view computerized images of the retina of a distant child without leaving his desk. What took hours out of his day… Read moreSundrop saves time
Wide-ranging article with references about technology and people with dementia. A good read. Psychiatric Times, November 2005