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Emerging Technology Trends and Products: How Tech Innovations Are Easing the Burden of Family Caregiving

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Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Start : 10:00 AM Pacific
End : 11:00 AM Pacific

Part of the Generations Education Series, funded in part by the Archstone Foundation

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Includes Complimentary CEUs

This web seminar will present how existing and emerging technologies can help family caregivers with daily tasks. It will discuss a new wave of technology-enabled solutions that could help ease daily caregiving burdens for families. Entrepreneurs, many inspired by personal experience, have recognized this important market and are designing innovative products and services to address caregiving challenges. Existing and emerging solutions are opening the door for a new era of “tech-enabled caregiving,” with the potential to make life better for caregivers and older adults.    

Participants in this web seminar will be able to:

  • Identify technology innovations across four domains: body (physical and mental health), home, community, and caregiver;
  • Understand opportunities to use technology to support the whole person, not just health, to promote successful aging; and,
  • Discuss and recommend technology products and tech-enabled services to family caregivers and older adults. 

Presenter:

Scott Peifer is vice President of Alliance Development at Aging2.0, a global network and innovation accelerator for aging and senior care. Peifer serves on the board of directors of the Family Caregiver Alliance and the American Society on Aging.  

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