The outputs of the Aging Well think tank are diverse and are open to all with the goal of stimulating discussion and debate around active ageing programs and if they can be an unprecedented opportunity to keep people healthy and productive for longer.
More people like to stay in their own homes as they age. Technology can make this happen but barriers to adopt these technologies persist. An expert roundtable addressed these barriers.
Experts attending the “Aging Well Working Session Series” outlined the steps needed to remove the barriers that prevent seniors from using technology to help them age in the setting they most prefer.
Lack of infrastructure, services, tools and resources make aging difficult. However, great strides are possible if technology can be developed with the needs and desires of aging Americans in mind.
Cities will play a key role in confronting the challenges of an increasingly ageing
population, says new policy report by the Global City Indicators Facility
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