Monthly Archive: December, 2011

Startup Spotlight: Robert Herzog of eCaring


Robert Herzog, CEO of newcomer eCaring, demonstrates his new software platform to us at the Aging2.0 offices. The powerful thing about eCaring is that it’s a simple easy to use tool that is… Continue reading

Aging Means Business, Boston, Nov 18


Greg O’Neill and his team at the National Academy for an Aging Society partnered with the entertaining and convivial host Dr. Joseph Coughlin (from MIT’s Age Lab) to put on a good show at the… Continue reading

Startups to Watch: AfterSteps


One of the perks of working on Aging 2.0 is getting to speak with enthusiastic entrepreneurs. I had a wonderful chat with Jess Bloomgarden, whose East Coast based startup, AfterSteps, has a mission… Continue reading

Could The Green House Project be the JetBlue for elder care?


I suspect that the primary emotion most commonly associated with the experiences of residents and caregivers in today’s senior care facilities is not, by a long stretch, Love. However, this is the idea… Continue reading

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