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Ever increasing technology is making its way into elder care. Much of it is wonderful. From talking medicine reminders to sensors that can tell if an elder has gotten out of bed, there is much good to be had from these advances. An article from washingtonpost.com, titled, "High-tech sensors help seniors live independently," touts the wonders of technology. The article follows a woman who had several visits to the hospital for congestive heart failure. While the woman felt good, the motion sensors in her bed at the retirement home where she lived told a different story.

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