The toughest decision:should my loved one be placed in an assisted computing facility?
May 3, 2001 10:14 AM Subscribe
The toughest decision:should my loved one be placed in an assisted computing facility? For family members, it is often the most difficult and painful decision they will face: to accept that a loved one — a parent, a spouse, perhaps a sibling — is technologically impaired and should no longer be allowed to live independently, or come near a computer or electronic device without direct supervision. The time has come to place that loved one into the care of an Assisted Computing Facility. But you have questions. So many questions. We at Silicon Pines want to help. (gleefully stolen from /.)
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