Technology & the Future of Aging: OLLI, Berkeley
Below is a live recording (slides and audio) of a talk given by Richard Caro entitled "The Future of Aging, & the Intersection of Aging & Technology".
This talk was given in October, 2018, at the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at UC Berkeley, as part of a course, organized by architect Susi Stadler. The course was entitled "Life at Home and Aging in Community".
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Abstract of Talk
In this talk, Dr. Richard Caro will give an overview of the different ways technology can be deployed to make aging at home a better, more satisfactory experience for older adults.
The talk will cover topics such as:
- Staying connected;
- Compensation & Augmentation;
- Every-day objects.
His talk will draw heavily on explorations by the Longevity Explorers — a community of older adults in their 70’s, 80’s and 90’s — who try out new products and explore new ways to leverage technology to make growing older less challenging.