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Boston area -- July 17-August 26, 2015

Boston, September 15-16, 2015

LeadingAge Boston November 1-4, 2015

Health 2.0, Santa Clara, CA, October 4-7, 2015

 

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Published: (06-20-2014) Challenging Innovators 2014 Report Click here

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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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Laurie M. Orlov, a tech industry veteran, writer, speaker and elder care advocate, is the founder of Aging in Place Technology Watch and Boomer Health Tech Watch -- market research that provides thought leadership, analysis and guidance about technologies and services that enable boomers and seniors to remain longer in their home of choice. In addition to her technology background and years as a technology industry analyst, Laurie has served as a volunteer long-term care ombudsman and is certified in Geriatric Care Management from the University of Florida.


Aging in Place is the ability to live in one's own home - wherever that might be - for as long, as confidently and comfortably possible. Livability can be extended through the incorporation of universal design principles, telehealth, mhealth and other assistive technologies. It is described with reference to Aging in Place Technology Watch and quoted in CNN, Yahoo! FinanceKiplinger, The Wall Street Journal, The NY Times, and USA Today.  Laurie is profiled in Business Week's Launching Startups, Huffington Post, and The NY Times.


What does a market research firm and industry analyst do?


Market research firms understand and explain the structure and categorization of vendor markets. This includes explaining the purpose of a market category, who are the vendors in that category, and what it takes to succeed.  Market research firms serve both the vendor community and those organizations who help consumers with purchase decisions about products and services from those vendors. Industry analysts act as spokespersons for both the needs of the ultimate customer and strategic directions of the vendor community. Listen to interviews on All Things Considered January 2015 or  NPR Nevada CES 2014


Learn more about the types of activities and capabilities of Aging in Place Technology Watch on the Services page.


Biography


Laurie M. Orlov, a tech industry veteran, writer, speaker and elder care advocate, is the founder of Aging in Place Technology Watch and Boomer Health Tech Watch -- market research that provides thought leadership, analysis and guidance about technologies and services that enable boomers and seniors to remain longer in their home of choice.


In her previous career, Laurie spent more than 30 years in the technology industry, including 24 years in IT and 9 years as a leading industry analyst at Forrester Research. While there, she was often the first in the industry to identify technology trends and management strategies which have survived the test of time. She has spoken regularly and delivered keynote speeches at forums, industry consortia, conferences, and symposia, most recently on the business of technology for boomers and seniors.  She advises large organizations as well as non-profits and entrepreneurs about trends and opportunities in the age-related technology market. Her segmentation of this emerging technology market and trends commentary have been presented in the Journal of Geriatric Care Management. Her perspectives have been quoted in Business Week, Forbes, Kiplinger, the Toronto Star, and the New York Times.  She has been profiled in the New York Times and the Huffington Post. She has a graduate certification in Geriatric Care Management from the University of Florida and a BA in Music from the University of Rochester. Laurie has provided testimony about technology at a Senate Aging Committee hearing, consulted frequently to AARP, and served on Think Tank for The Philips Center for Health and Well-Being.  Clients have included AARP, Microsoft, Novartis, J&J, United Heathcare, Yahoo! and Philips. She was one of the judges for the CES Innovations Awards 2014 and the Silicon Valley Boomer Venture Summit in 2015.


Robert Orlov, founder of Homewatch Networks Inc, provides insight on hardware and embedded systems, statistical trends, data analysis, geographic mapping of data and report graphics -- his background reflects 30 years of software and firmware engineering in large companies and startups.


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Contact: laurie@ageinplacetech.com or find her on LinkedIn, Google+ or follow on Twitter.




News articles that quote Laurie Orlov and Aging in Place Technology Watch:


NY Times: Turning to Social Media in Times of Need, May, 2015


WSJ: Homeowners Get Ready to Age in Place


Kiplinger: 6 Things You Must Know About Aging in Place


Hazardous Homes Threaten Aging in Place Plans


Consumers Digest: Tech for the Elderly


Kiplinger: Technology Helps Seniors Remain at Home


NPR: In Tech Marketplace, Seniors Are Carving Out A Sizable Niche Of Their Own


CNN: Sensors let Alzheimer's patients stay at home, safely


Yahoo Finance: What seniors should look for in a phone?


GIGAOM:Who will crack the code on tech for seniors?


KNPR Nevada: AARP/CES Audio Interview


Houston Chronicle: Young startups serving seniors


Forbes: Entertainment Media Is Key To Reaching The $30 Million Aging-in-Place Tech Market


SFGate: Young Tech Entrepreneurs Develop Products for Seniors


Mobile Health News: Where are all the mobile health solutions for seniors?


Sensors Extend Seniors Freedom


US News & World Report: How Tech will Support an Aging America


Reuters: Grow Old at Home? There's an App for That


Fleeting Architecture: An Interview


NYTimes: Helping Seniors Learn New Technology


NYTimes: Online Habits Coming Slowly to Older Adults


How Startups Are Profiting from Aging Boomers


HGTV: Aging in Place Home Technologies


New York Times: New Old Age Blog


Care.com: Using Technology to Age in Place


Huffington Post: Is Your Grandma Facebooking and Tweeting?


The Crushing Expense Your Children Will Pay for You


USA Today: Machine tells you to take your meds or hear about it


SmartMoney: Device Tracks Seniors Prone to Wandering


Las Vegas Review Journal: What Boomers Want


US News Money: Technology Still Big Disconnect for Older Americans


StarTribune: It's Never Too Late to Learn


Bloomberg: Walking Shoes that Spy on Grandma


Aging Online Today: Technology can take a weight off long-distance caregivers


US News: Seniors are Saying No to High Tech


Globe and Mail: The next boomer bonanza


Cincinnati Enquirer: 'Assistive technology' make home a safer place


SmartMoney: Device Tracks Seniors Prone to Wandering


AARP: 9 Need-to-Know Technologies for Caregivers


Information Week: Elderly Patients Want Docs to Explain Technology


Washington Post: As America Grays, Businesses Help Seniors Age in Place


CNN Money: Keep Your Aging Parents Safe at Home


Senior Housing Should Lead With Tech-Enabled Services


Sage Circle Recommends Us to Tech Vendors


Business Week Special Report: Aging in Place


Audio Interview RTT News: The Technology Gap Will Disappear


Philips: Home Healthcare with Technology for Active Aging


Huffington Post: The Aging Population, A Silver Tsunami?


ABC News: Tech This Out


ComputerWorld: Aging in Place Offers Business Opportunities


Forbes: New Technologies to Ease Pain of Getting Old


NY Times: The Fountain of Reinvention


Kiplinger: Easy to Use Products for the Technophobe


Mobile Health News: Ten Aging in Place Trends to Watch in 2010


Research/White Papers:


True Link: Report on Elder Financial Abuse, 2015


Philips: The Freedom to Age Well, 2013


MobileHelp: Why Mobility Matters in Aging in Place, 2012


Boosting Medication Adherance with TabSafe 2012


Healthsense: Benefits of Technology in a Philadelphia Pace Program


CareTree: Care in the Home Needs the Underpinning of Technology 2013


IN2L: Technology to Mitigate Dementia Behaviors, 2013


Independa: Better Care, Closer Families, Reduced Costs


Press Releases:


February - 2015 PRWeb, Customization and Training Matter Most, Market Overview 2015


June - 2014 PRWeb, Boomer Health Tech Watch Releases AARP Research Report


January - 2014 PRWeb, Older Adults Need Digital Health, Wellbeing, Market Overview 2014


July - 2013 PRWeb, The Longevity Economy Goes Mobile, Market Overview 2013


March - 2013 PRWeb New Report, Next Generation Response Systems 2013


November - 2012 PRWeb Market Overview Technology Aging in Place


July - 2012 PRWeb The Future of Home Care Technology 2012


March - 2011 PRWeb How Do the Oldest Americans Feel About Technology?


October -- 2011 PRWeb For Boomers and Seniors -- Tech Matters


May -- 2011 PRWeb Industry Analyst Urges Vendors to Design Technology for All


March - 2011 PRWeb Industry Expert Updates Boomer to Senior Market 2011 Research Report


November - 2010 PRWeb Industry Analyst Updates Health and Technology Report


April -- 2010 PRWeb Technology for Caregivers and Aging in Place Updated Market Overview


Sept -- 2009 PRWeb New Industry Analyst Report Recommends TEch-Enabled Home Care


June -- 2009 PRWeb Industry Analyst Keynotes at Silicon Valley Boomer Venture Summit


March -- 2009 PRWeb Technology for Aging Baby Boomers High Growth Industry


 


2013 ALTY Blog Award Nominee


 

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