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Technology can help people stay at home longer.
A new study that suggests the start of middle age is no longer 45 or 50 but, instead, 60.
At summit, experts discussed making technology accessible to seniors. A study on topic was also released by AARP.
Honor hopes to start a trend of tech companies focusing on the needs of seniors.
Fears that the senior housing sector could be overbuilt might be all too true, newly released data suggests.
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From smart phones to smart cars, both public and private entities must consider the needs of older adults in order to help them optimize the use of new technologies, according to the latest issue of Public Policy & Aging Report (PP&AR), titled “Aging and Technology: The Promise and the Paradox.” A total of eight articles all from authors affiliated with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology AgeLab are f Read more ... about As Age-Friendly Technologies Emerge, Experts Recommend Policy Changes
What do we mean by senior? Well, it depends on where you stand and what you are reading. Seen through the Google Glassy lens of young adults, it’s everyone aged 50+, that is, the AARP market demographic, who might be considered a senior. Or perhaps it is age 65, when Medicare eligibility and public transit discounts appear. Age 65 is also the statistical baseline for longevity projections – 20 more years of life expectancy, with one in four projected to live past 90. Now mull over a new Pew global survey about attitudes on aging -- the US stood out as "one of very few countries where a large plurality of the public believes individuals are primarily responsible for their own well-being in old age." Consider that point and read on. Read more ... about The real seniors will be responsible for themselves
Self-driving vehicles have the potential to make immobility among elderly people and those with disabilities a thing of the past. Read more ... about Paving the way to self-driving vehicles
Hartford survey and recommendations. Read more ... about Top 10 Vehicle Technologies for Mature Drivers
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