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.

 

Recent Activity

SELECT A CENTER POST TYPE FROM THE DROPDOWN ON THE RIGHT TO FILTER THE ITEMS BELOW

  1. Best Buy Expands Smart Home Pilot for Older Adults

    Best Buy is expanding its pilot of Assured Living, which enables adult children to check in on their aging parents from afar, in Minnesota’s Twin Cities. If the pilot goes well, Best Buy hopes to use its national retail network and sales expertise to make monitoring a mass market, said a recent Minnesota Public Radio (MPR) ...

  2. New Community by Pathway to Living Goes High-Tech

    Pathway to Living has taken a tech-forward approach in its newest community, Grandbrier, launched in May in Prospect Heights, IL. GPS resident location technology, motion sensors, a tech-enabled gym, and engagement tracking are among the Grandbrier’s tech-savvy features.   These technology solutions help ...

  3. New Members Join CAST

    CAST extends a warm welcome to a new Supporter and Business Associate. Lyft Mobility Solutions builds custom transportation solutions for aging communities and medical service providers and is a new LeadingAge CAST Supporter. Lyft is a ridesharing company that links ...

  4. McKnight’s Shares Results of EHR Adoption Survey

    LeadingAge CAST and Gold Partner with CAST Focus Ziegler’s recent survey of electronic health record (EHR) use among senior living providers was featured in a recent issue of McKnight’s.   In "

  5. CAST Updates Functional Assessment and Activity Monitoring Tool

    CAST has updated its Functional Assessment and Activity Monitoring Technology Selection Tool, which addresses wearable consumer technologies. The updated version includes three additional vendors and ...