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  1. Challenges, Intertwined: Technology and Aging Services

    The interesting thing about doing an issue devoted to technology is that it’s not possible to do an issue devoted to technology. By that I mean that any discussion of technology ends up being just as much about the uses of it as it is about the hardware or software itself. For instance, this issue includes ...

  2. Cognitive Computing and the Social Determinants of Care

    What is cognitive computing, and why will it be important to health care in general, and aging services in particular, in years to come? At this year’s Long Term & Post-Acute Care (LTPAC) Health IT Summit, held in June in Washington, DC, that question ...

  3. The Technology of Integrated Services

    Providers in aging services have long understood that the long-term services and supports “system” they work in is inefficient, fragmented and hard to navigate for older adults and their families. It leaves too many of those individuals and families confused about their options and in financial jeopardy. Developing ...

  4. Design for Technology: How Innovation Is Shaping the World of Senior Living

    There’s little doubt that technology in all its forms is becoming essential to senior living, from independent to memory care. But the subject can be dazzling. It’s not just the high-tech communications made possible by wireless connections, the hundreds of apps and software, the tablets and sensors and voice-activated ...

  5. Technology for Community

    Large numbers of older adults live in social isolation, which can adversely affect their lives, increasing cardiovascular risk, mortality and health care costs. LeadingAge members have taken steps to encourage social engagement. “One of the things that matters most to successful aging is socialization,” ...