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Technology-related innovations – such as chair sensors and computer programs that test memory – received a welcome response from lawmakers during a symposium in Washington last week. “Technological innovation is key to improving advancements in the quality of life,” said Sen. Herb Kohl (D-WI). “The technology here today will help seniors age in their own homes with dignity and lead longer, healthier, happier lives,” he added. The Senate Special Committee on Aging, the Medical Technology Caucus and the Center for Aging Services Technology hosted the symposium.

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