Monthly Archive: September, 2012

Aging2.0 coming to Boston (finally) on Oct 17

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Very excited that we’ll be heading to Boston for our first Aging2.0 meeting on Weds October 17, 2012. We are being hosted by the wonderful Redstar Ventures Team, who are incubating some innovative ideas in this… Continue reading

A new events page, and three top events for Fall innovation fun

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We’ve updated our events page, and are now looking to create a long list of interesting events of relevance for the Aging2.0 community – ie events that would be interesting for i) innovators… Continue reading

Aging2.0 | Palo Alto (10/11/12)

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  We are gearing up for the next Aging2.0 event in the Bay Area (@agingtoo, #Aging2). This time we’ll be heading down the peninsula to sunny Palo Alto… Event Details: Thursday, October 11th 2012… Continue reading

Looking to conduct interviews with family caregivers

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We are working on a new consumer-focused innovation project for a large, in-home, non-medical care provider.  As part of our research, we are looking to conduct interviews over the next few weeks with family… Continue reading

Four innovation takeaways from a day spent with home theater integrators

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I just returned from a flying visit to Indianapolis, home of racecars, the Slippery Noodle haunted bar, and the CEDIA Expo, the annual trade show for the custom home integrators that make houses… Continue reading

AARP, LivePitch Media Announce Start-Up Finalists For Health Innovation@50+

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Aging2.0 is a proud media sponsor of AARP’s Health Innovation@50+ Live Pitch event. Here’s a press release / update from our friends at AARP. Congratulations to the Live Pitch finalists!  We hope to see… Continue reading

Rajiv Mehta on the need to ‘outfit’ families for the caregiving journey

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When people look back in the future at the circuitous route of technological progress in the caregiving space, Rajiv Mehta will probably garner a decent mention. A tireless advocate on the topic, he’s… Continue reading

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