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  • May 18, 2021
    Eight Finalists Will be Selected for a Chance to Win Prizes Valued up to $10,000

    HITLAB and AARP Innovation Labs invite startups across the country to apply for the 2021 Social Connections Challenge, now through June 20. The Challenge seeks digital innovations that aim to combat loneliness and social isolation, an issue that affects many adults as they age.

  • May 12, 2021
    New temporary federal initiative can save eligible households up to $50 monthly on high-speed internet bills

    A recent AARP survey found many Americans age 50-plus struggle to access and afford high-speed internet.

  • Apr 22, 2021
    AARP to Collaborate with 10 Startups in MassChallenge’s HealthTech and FinTech Accelerator Programs

    AARP Innovation Labs announced today its collaboration with 10 startups in the 2021 MassChallenge HealthTech and FinTech accelerator programs. MassChallenge, now in its 12th year, accelerates innovation by forming collaborations between later-stage digital health and financial startups with industry-leading organizations, like AARP, to solve some of the greatest challenges in health care and the financial services industry. As part of this work, the startups will present to potential investors and business customers at AARP Innovation Labs’ annual Demo Day on May 25.

  • Apr 22, 2021
    Effort Will Help Further Strengthen Virtual Engagement for Retired Educator Associations Across U.S.

    With older adults remaining at a higher risk for severe illness and isolation as the COVID-19 pandemic lingers, NRTA: AARP’s Educator Community has announced the launch of the 2021 We Care grant program.

  • Apr 21, 2021
    New AARP research report highlights rise in tech ownership, adoption, and usage, yet access to internet is still an issue for older Americans

    WASHINGTON–In a year with a global pandemic significantly limiting social interaction, technology became more important than ever, especially for older adults. New research from AARP found that more older adults (44%) view tech more positively as a way stay connected than they did before COVID-19. In addition, 4 out of 5 adults age 50+ rely on technology to stay connected and in touch with family and friends.

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