Radio-frequency identification (RFID) tags can be used to track misplaced objects like glasses and keys.
And motion detectors can sense and report what time Dad gets up and goes to sleep, whether the refrigerator door was closed and whether pill bottles were opened.
This would include any costs related to connecting the camera to the Internet in order to facilitate remote monitoring over the web.
A friend recently noted that parenting her parents was a lot like parenting her kids, except the kids came with more homework.
There could soon be a new weapon in the fight against elder abuse in the state of Illinois: a new bill has been sent to Governor Bruce Rauner that would pave the way for residents of nursing homes or their families to have cameras installed in their rooms.
Known as the so-called “Granny Cam” Bill, the law would permit camera surveillance of a nursing home resident, provided the family of the resident bears the costs of its installation and maintenance.
The issue of the granny cams has a matter for debate between the nursing home industry, which opposes them as an invasion of privacy, and advocates who favor such surveillance as a means of discouraging elder abuse.
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Actually, I think she was wrong on the homework part: Figuring out which Medigap policy to pick for Mom is right up there with the complexities of 10th-grade math.