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15th Anniversary: What's Next Focuses on 2020

01/22/2018

SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 22, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- The 2020 View: Your Blueprint for the Longevity Economy, the 15thAnnual What's Next Boomer Business Summit, hosted by Mary Furlong and Associates, has announced its agenda for March 28th, 2018, in San Francisco, California. 

CES 2018: Five More New Technologies For Older Adults

Tech with applicability in the older adult market.   The Digital Health event is also covered in detail through MobiliHealth news and more than a few of those announcements, not even counting the plethora of tech that addresses diabetes and brain health, could benefit older adults.  And more expert and more detailed (and analytical writing) about new tech at CES reveals a few more offerings that could be useful for older adults if applied to that market.  Here are five – more when there’s more:

New study finds consumers easing into smart home technology ownership

01/04/2018

KNOXVILLE, Tenn., Jan. 04, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Scripps Networks Interactive, the leader in lifestyle media, surveyed more than 600 U.S. homeowners of all ages, finding that consumers often are introduced to smart home technology by receiving it as a gift. They most enjoy a seamless integration of technology that can easily fade into the background, yet enhances home life by aiding family tasks and adding an element of fun.


Five 2018 technology opportunities in tech for older adults

2017 was an interesting year -- 2018 should overcome a few obstacles.  Probably the most significant innovation during 2017 was the growth of the Voice First technology market -- but judging by the aisles of gadgets in places like Best Buy, everything else is changing as well. CES is next week, and with it more speakers, TVs, and gadgetry than is seen in Best Buy or anywhere else during the year.  But even as technology leapfrogs and crawls forward, obstacles to broad adoption for older adults remain. Hopefully interest in mitigating social isolation among older adults will lead to the role technology could play. But to make a real difference, here's a look at five areas for improvement in 2018:

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