Brookdale leads, despite shrinking.
Boston, Portland area, October 3-6, October 14-28, 2016
From Silicon Valley to family in India.
We've been treated lately to a plethora of pronouncements about the arrival of the Internet of Things.
Tablets and brain fitness.
And if they call 911 in DC? Forget about first responders finding them.
Still not ready for prime time -- perhaps the smart phone link to home automation makes everything worse!
More than a mere convenience, today’s technology can streamline operations when integrated into the design fabric of community.
The report, to be issued Wednesday by the Senate Special Committee on Aging, says the agency has closed more than two dozen field offices in the last year.
Not exactly working just yet.
Seed-stage firm Generator Ventures, focused on new technologies to serve aging population, starts backing startups.
Changing the name and purpose of senior centers.
Researchers test ways to prevent elderly people from injuring themselves at home.
AARP article about seniors, tablets and smartphones.
New study proves: Using video teleconferencing seems like an excellent change from how things have traditionally been done in nursing homes.
Software that enables locating lost smartphones.
Does asking your mother to try out a technology count as elder abuse?
VCs swoon and consumers stay offline about mhealth apps.
ATA: Lots of talk about connection, integration, systems, clouds.
Documentary -- young teaching seniors about going online.
An intriguing use photo imaging -- worth a look.
A jump in supply is forecast to cut growth in senior-housing net operating income to 1.8 percent in 2015.
Policymakers live in mortal fear that family caregivers will similarly demand help.
Silicon Valley notices the boomer market.
Seven concepts dreamt up by dozens of designers in cities all over the world.
And there it was -- Healh Innovation@50+ Finalists -- and other links from Life@50+ in Boston.
An interesting list -- including PERS and mPERS.