One senior living provider has launched a full-blown technology overhaul.
Meetings, Boston, January 9-12, 2017
Includes an art-based tablet application for viewing and reflecting on art; an evocative discussion starter.
Max is 16, a rising junior at University School in Davie. His students are residents of The Palace at Coral Gables.
A technical look at what developers need to do, including read the manual.
A winning ad campaign for digital health.
Toyota continues its robotics push.
In the land rush to digitize the world, the home is the new frontier. Is that good?
What Philips is working on.
AMA CEO: It’s the digital snake oil of the early 21st century.”
Device keeps family members informed about their loved ones.
Noting the value of sensors in monitoring seniors' activity and sleep patterns at home.
Strain on family caregivers is alarming many lawmakers and social-service providers.
Small study says that it may stave off aging related mental decline.
You can’t age in place without a "place." References new policy report.
Cheap technology blasts out scam calls and hides wrongdoers’ whereabouts.
Tai Chi yes, Virtual Reality, seriously?
Voice recognition tech is upon us in a sweeping tide. Also see WSJ article.
Homes with “smart” technology are vulnerable to being hacked.
The telcos never figured out the apps that the health-care industry wanted.
The number of senior citizens in the workforce has nearly tripled since the 1970s.
Indoor drones to help older people get a bottle of medicine from another room.
The program gives sickest Medicare patients 6 hours per day from a home care aide.
Baby boomers don’t know where else to turn.
In the home, technology can be as critical and comforting as human caregiving.