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  • Carehub camera lets the elderly stay independent
  • Carehub camera lets the elderly stay independent
    Alex Proimus (2012) ©
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Carehub camera lets the elderly stay independent

Who actually wants to live in a care home? Understandably, many people want to retain their autonomy as they get older, but living alone can come with great risks. With Efergy’s Carehub Camera Monitoring Systems, families can keep a watchful eye over elderly relatives that are living alone.

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