A rant about the Internet of Things hype.
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Really about seniors, not boomers.
Not really, but it sounds good.
A CCRC in an Arizona town is branching out into the community offering services to seniors.
The answer could be assistive care robots that serve a range of tasks, from carrying objects to reminding someone to take their medicine.
VC Brad Feld envisions a world of wearable devices that record all kinds of intimate details about our lives.
Forget the shoe phone -- time to toss the smartphone, tablet, and Fitbit for a wrist time/tracker/health monitoring all-in-1?
An unhelpful article (sponsored by Citi) on ways to assist aging parents.
Older adults can reach out to others, even when they're alone, not possible for the 26 million older adults not online.
Conclusion: nice interface, flawed phone.
The re-employment rate for 55- to 64-year-olds is 47 percent and 24 percent for those over 65.
By 2030 there will be only four potential caregivers available for each person 80 or older.
Many retirement and active adult communities still operate within a dated infrastructure.
Choosing a senior living community is a life altering experience. Senior Housing News got it wrong.
On the appalling nature of the granny pod concept.
The department has also left the private sector in the dust in the area of telehealth.
Sarasota County has a higher percentage of people over 65 than any other large county in the nation.
Product manufacturers, electronics retailers and senior service providers continue to miss the mark.
Posting Facebook photos negatively impacts real-life relationships.
Remote sensors play an increasingly important role in managing the health and wellness of the expanding senior population.
Engineered Care produces discharge planners booklet, Predixion Software identifies patients most at risk of re-admission.
Google Glass - the first of what analysts say may be a new trend of wearable technology.
Some new, some not so new, all funded.
Frontline documentary -- already has resulted in denials and official statements from the industry.
A new tablet, Claris Companion, monitored and configured by caregivers.