- Jun 25, 2018New AARP Physician Survey Underscores the Need for Innovative Solutions to World’s Brain Health Crisis Impacting More Than 50 Million People
WASHINGTON, DC—With nearly 10 million new cases of dementia and Alzheimer’s disease occurring each year1, and no cure, today AARP launched a new campaign, “Disrupt Dementia.” The campaign...
May 30, 2018AARP Collaborates with Three PULSE@MassChallenge Startups Focused on Advancing Healthcare and Improving Patient Well-beingAARP Serves in “Champion” Role in Working with Folia Health, Orbita, Pillo Health
AARP Collaborates with Three PULSE@MassChallenge Startups Focused on Advancing Healthcare and...
Mar 29, 2018AARP and Project Catalyst Explore Age 50+ Mindsets on Staying Socially Connected and Physically Mobile with AgeDesign on Aging guides to help entrepreneurs design products and services focused on older adults’ needs and preferences
WASHINGTON, DC—In a collaborative effort to support innovation and the well-being of seniors at risk of social isolation, AARP, IDEO and Project Catalyst have launched two design guides that provide practical insights and tools for entrepreneurs developing products and services for older adults. The two Design on Aging booklets, Connected Living and Independent Living, synthesize research into the mindsets of older adults and explore how to effectively design solutions that can help people stay socially connected and physically mobile as they age.
- Feb 28, 2018Desire to connect with family and friends is main driver of technology use for adults 50-plus
WASHINGTON, DC— Ninety-one percent of tech owners 50 plus say they use personal technology to keep in touch with family and friends, according to a new AARP survey aimed at measuring and...
Jan 16, 2018Study focuses on smartphone apps for care coordination, emergency response systems, and online services for in-home aide selection. Report conducted by Project Catalyst group comprised of founding members AARP, Pfizer, UnitedHealthcare, MedStar Health, and Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
WASHINGTON, DC—Family caregivers can benefit from technology designed to meet their specific care needs, according to an AARP report issued today that details how technology can help caregivers and their care recipients. The report’s findings indicate that there is a need in the marketplace for technology products that support family caregivers.