This year’s theme is “Smart Homes—Smarter Care: Technology that Supports Aging in Place.” The forum will be held during the City of Gaithersburg’s Active Aging Expo. Participants can attend the event in person or virtually via Zoom, and registration is encouraged.
The event will offer insights into how ‘Smart Homes—Smarter Care’ devices can enable doctors and caregivers to remotely monitor a patient’s vital signs, signal remote alerts, monitor mental and physical states in real time, and provide rapid intervention if necessary.
For more information or to request accommodations needed to participate, contact Tremayne Jones with as much advance notice as possible, preferably at least four business days prior to the event, at Tremayne.Jones@montgomerycountymd.gov or at 240-777-1262.
For more information about the Commission on Aging, visit their website.