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Technology can help people stay at home longer.

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A new study that suggests the start of middle age is no longer 45 or 50 but, instead, 60.

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At summit, experts discussed making technology accessible to seniors. A study on topic was also released by AARP.

07/13/2015

Honor hopes to start a trend of tech companies focusing on the needs of seniors.

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Updated (8-25-2012) Aging and Health Technology Report Click here

Updated (7-31-2012) The Future of Home Care Technology Click here

Published (2-14-2012) Linkage Technology Survey Age 65-100 Report Click here

Published (4-29-2011) Connected Living for Social Aging Report Click here

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January 2009

Ten Steps for Vendors In or Approaching Aging in Place Technology Market

The SilversSummit at CES in January, 2009 was the first-ever track in this giant consumer product show that focused on technology for boomers and seniors. To one observer, there were as many vendors at the event wondering about market entry as active. Based on my surfing of boatloads of websites lately, to those in and considering entry – here are 10 steps to take: Read more ... about Ten Steps for Vendors In or Approaching Aging in Place Technology Market

Desire versus outcome -- you can't always get what you want

I have been struck lately by disconnects between desire and reality -- what boomers and seniors want to happen and what may actually happen. In each one of these, planning is skipped in favor of dealing later with misery.  Read more ... about Desire versus outcome -- you can't always get what you want

Protecting facility residents from abuse takes minimal technology

This news item makes me very angry and should enrage you as well -- but you don't have to be a futurist to see how it could and should be prevented -- in assisted living facilities as well as nursing homes. So two teenage aides who were 'working' at a Minnesota nursing home -- ironically run by the 'Good Samaritans' -- have been charged this week with extreme abuse of multiple Alzheimer's residents over many months. The mug shots of these girls are now on the Internet. Read more ... about Protecting facility residents from abuse takes minimal technology

Healthsense eNeighbor -- resident monitoring extended and extensible

Today, most ALFs and continuing care retirement communities (CCRCs) have not invested broadly in home monitoring technology. But some new CCRCs are designed from the ground up. Read more ... about Healthsense eNeighbor -- resident monitoring extended and extensible

Silvers Summit -- PCs and Ease of Use from HP and Microsoft

Demos dazzle when done right. And a CES/Silvers Summit demo of HP's TouchSmart 'all-in-one' computer (available for the past year) demo'd as an appealing product for boomers and seniors -- starting at $1299.99 on HP's store. Although, the experience of owning one may still benefit from a Geek Squad-like visit for setting it up -- for those who get dizzy when faced with a box full of components. Read more ... about Silvers Summit -- PCs and Ease of Use from HP and Microsoft

Silvers Summit -- a few thoughts after this first CES event about technology for seniors

It's been a long couple of days. So many vendors, so little brain capacity left. But let's get right down to the point. Silvers Summit is the first time CES has ever had a day-long track allocated to discussions and presentations about technology and aging. Read more ... about Silvers Summit -- a few thoughts after this first CES event about technology for seniors

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