Center for Aging Services Technologies

Center for Aging Services Technologies

The LeadingAge Center for Aging Services Technologies (CAST) is leading the charge to expedite the development, evaluation, and adoption of emerging technologies that can improve the aging experience.

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  1. George Sloan, VP Global Sales, Cornell Communications

    George, thanks for taking time to talk to us today. How about we start by you sharing with us a little bit of about yourself, your career so far, all the way to being the VP of global sales? George Sloan: My journey, my life, my career, has been actually fairly simple. I spent the first ...

  2. Donna Silbert, Chief Strategy Officer, Parker

    Donna, thanks for taking time to talk to us today. How about we start by you sharing with us a little bit of about yourself, your career so far, all the way to being the Chief Strategy Officer of Parker?

  3. FutureCAST Interviews George Sloan and Donna Silbert

    In this month’s FutureCAST videos, we learn from two executives how they are using new technologies at their facilities, as well as their thoughts on CAST’s impact: George Sloan, VP of Global Sales at Cornell Communications, ...

  4. CAST Members Launch New Products and Partnerships

    iN2L Recognized for its Touch-Screen System CAST Supporter It’s Never 2 Late ® (iN2L) has been featured in several news outlets for its picture-based interface that allows users to simply “touch” their way to engaging, educational, spiritual and personalized ...

  5. Alwan Notes Promising Technologies

    LeadingAge has produced a 2030 Aging Services Scenario Toolkit to help providers plan for the future and has tracked statistics showing increased adoption of telemedicine, said CAST Executive Director Majd Alwan, Ph.D., in a recent Q&A.   Alwan ...