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Please Participate

This Aging-in-Place Technology Meetup is not currently active, but if you wish it were, and would like to help organize it, send us an email using the contact form (bottom of the page). Meanwhile, take a look below at the things we worked on.

 

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App's of the month: Getting Around. November 2015

This month our App explorers are trying out several App's that should be useful in "getting around". If you would like to try out one of these and report back at your next circle meeting, or online if you prefer, it would be great.

 


 

Aging In Place MeetUp - Sept 23, 2015

Our AiP meet up met again at TechShop Mid Peninsula for an evening of exploration. We had about 25 attendees, half were returning members and the rest were first time explorers

 


 

The Psychology of Selling Assistance Products to Older Adults

These are the notes from one of the Unconference sessions at the Aging in Place Technologies Meetup on Sept. 23rd

 


 

How I have created an audiobook player for my grandmother

Find out why I have decided to build my own audiobook player and how it differs from the devices available on the market.

 


 

Aging in Place MeetUp - May 20, 2015

We held another very successful meet up on May 20. We met at the new TechShop location in Redwood City. Over 30 people attended; more than half were there for the first time. We followed our new format: brief introduction; 5 minute voices from the crowd; unconference. The meeting was quite a...

 


 

What Questions Can Passive Sensing Home Activity Monitoring Answer?

The Aging In Place Meetup in the SF Bay Area provides an opportunity to explore the application of technology to the problems of aging. In this Meetup we explored applications for home sensor systems in an Unconference format.

 


 

Lively Watch: Update from the Geriatric Front

The Lively watch:  timepiece, pedometer, in/out of residence recorder and in-home emergency call button…all wrapped in one elegant package. I have been testing it in the field. Here is what I learned.

 


 

Developing an Online Bridge Game for Seniors to play together

I want to provide seniors a way play games together easily from different retirement communites and residences. Mobility can be an issue, so having a social outlet easily accessible is my goal.

 


 

Meet-Up in March 2015

About 20 people came to our meeting at the San Carlos Adult Community Center (thank you City of San Carlos) and thanks to Voler Systems for the pizza. We discussed calendaring, deafness, and numerous other meaty topics.

 


 

Telepresence Robots - our future connections?

On January 21, 2015 we held our Aging In Place Technologies Meet-up at the Beam virtual presence store in Palo Alto. This is the place to capture your comments and feedback, and see how others enjoyed it and read what they learned.

 


 

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The Aging in Place Technology Meetup holds a series of regular Meetups at which Citizen Observers, Sharers and Makers come together to discuss specific challenges of growing older, and conceive of well thought through solutions.

This is a unique forum for exchanging ideas with others interested in this field. At our meetings, we typically get a mix of technologists and entrepreneurs and members of the aging services industry.

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If you are looking for a way to interact with groups of older adults, you will be interested in our Longevity Explorer community (see below).

 

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