Monthly Archive: October, 2012

How to stop Helen falling? It’ll take a village

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Helen is a relatively fit blonde. Her sprightly manner, sparkly eyes and quick mind belie her 80+ years, and some arthritis. She’s considerate, attentive and has buckets of opinions, and though a life-long… Continue reading

Eventful Week…literally.

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   October 11 – 18 was a fantastic whirlwind week of bi-coastal events and growing momentum behind Aging2.0’s mission to catalyze innovation in the aging space. We held 3 Aging2.0 events in 3… Continue reading

World’s first older-adults tech experience center – opening soon in NYC

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[This is a post by the staff of NY-based non-profit Older Adults Technology Services (OATS)] Late last month, members of the Aging 2.0 network joined over 125 other friends of Older Adults Technology… Continue reading

First Health2.0 Chicago Local: a successful event combining innovations and first-hand experience

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[This post is from Aging2.0 team member Wen Dombrowski, MD] The first ever Health 2.0 Chicago Local conference was held this past weekend. It brought together entrepreneurs, clinicians, technologists, and investors to foster health… Continue reading

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