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New Partnership Promotes Development of Advanced Fall Detection System for Senior Living Market

05/06/2011

Continuing its growth, Halo Monitoring, an aging-in-place technology company today announced it is partnering with Tel-Tron Technologies Corporation, a technology leader in the business of aging, to develop a version of the myHalo medical alarm system for the senior living market.

Leading national in-home care provider to offer myHalo, emergency response system

12/07/2010


New National Partnership Provides Advanced Level of Care for Elderly



Leading national in-home care provider to offer myHalo, emergency response system

 

No-Drill Mounting System Now Available In The USA

11/04/2010

Decorative Bath & Kitchen Accessories With Patented, German-Engineered, No-Drill Mounting System Now Available In The USA

Greensboro, NC (PRWEB) September 23, 2010

German Engineered Decorative Bath Accessories and a patented no drilling required mounting technology for tile, natural stone, glass, metal and most plastics, now available in the United States.

New automatic lighting products introduced to help baby boomers live safely in their own homes as they age.

11/01/2010


Short Hills, NJ, October 31, 2010 -- By 2030, the 65-plus population will double to about 71.5 million, and by 2050 will grow to 86.7 million people, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. With baby boomers remaining active into their golden years and the economy facing a downturn, more retirees will stay in their existing homes and choose to “age in place” rather than relocate to retirement housing and senior communities.


 

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