Apr 21, 2021New 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.
- Feb 8, 2021AARP Empowers Older Adults’ Tech Use by Joining Forces With OATS, Launching A Virtual Community Center“Lifelines for older people as they explore new ways to live, cope and thrive”—AARP COO Scott Frisch
WASHINGTON—Today AARP announced two new moves to help its 38 million members and all older adults live their best lives, at a time when people are more reliant than ever on technology to help...
Dec 16, 2020AARP Launches New Digital Platform, “Growing with Age,” to Help Businesses Reap Benefits of Multigenerational Workforces
AARP today released a new interactive digital platform, Growing with Age, to equip global employers with tools, research, and resources to help them recognize the benefits of, build support for, and embrace multigenerational workforces.
Oct 9, 2020
WASHINGTON—AARP Innovation Labs announced Wheel Pad L3C and ZIBRIO as the winners of its 2020 Grand Pitch Finale, held virtually on October 8. Now in its third year, the culminating pitch event...
Aug 20, 2020Alcove is the first family-oriented app to launch on Oculus Quest
WASHINGTON—AARP Innovation Labs today released Alcove for Oculus Quest, a virtual reality home that helps families and friends to stay connected and discover new experiences, no matter their...