Bemer products are intended to produce beneficial health effects by stimulating the vascular system in the smallest blood vessels.
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The Zinger Chair is a mobility device designed to be more agile and portable than standard wheelchairs.
EZ Cruiser Portable Mobility Device
The EZ Cruiser Portable Mobility Device is a folding power wheel chair designed to be taken by travelers on air and cruise lines.
MedaCube is designed to prompt the user to press the screen in order to receive the prescribed dose from a bin that opens to dispense the pills.
FallCall Lite is an iOS software based system including the Apple Watch, iPhone and Homepod intended to serve as a monitoring system with voice activation capability.
SF Explorers use Amazon Echo Show to Reach Across the Country
The San Francisco Explorers participate in a cross country video call demonstration of the use of an Amazon Echo Show.
Biggest Advances of 2018, SFV
The SF Longevity Explorer group names recent advances which they think most helpful to their everyday life.
Brainstorming: Better, More Frequent Connections to Friends
This is a brainstorming exercise between a group of Longevity Explorers and a group of students participating in the 2018 Stanford Longevity Design Competition.
We are brainstorming a "product to make connecting with friends more likely and more satisfactory".
Loop Devices Broadcast Directly to T-Coil Hearing Aids
Explorer Steve describes a hearing assist system for large spaces which works with the T-Coil feature in many hearing aids to broadcast directly from a microphone to the wearer's T-Coil enabled hearing aid.
Explorer Lynn tells the group about gloves that need not be removed to operate the touchscreen of many electronic devices.
Help Me Navigate the World of Cell Phone Services
Explorer Bonnie describes a disappointing experience with her cellular provider, and seeks the input of group members as to how to deal with it or find a provider with better customer service skills.
SRC Explorers Assess a New Medical Alert Device
The group is introduced to a MobileHelp medical alert device designed as a wristwatch.
Explorers Evaluate Jar Opener Prototype
Saratoga Retirement Village Explorers evaluate a newly invented model jar open
How to Know When to Stop Driving: AAA Talk
How to Know When to Stop Driving, John Paul, guest speaker from AAA Northeast by Longevity Explorers: Recent @ Providence
“People outlive their driving ability by eight to ten years,” said John Paul, the guest speaker from AAA Northeast. Without alternatives, giving up driving can...
How Big a Problem Are Older Drivers?
How Big a Problem Are Older Drivers? by Longevity Explorers: Recent @ Providence
According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (cdc.gov), although older adults do not rival the accident and injury rates of young adults, the incidence of accidents and the death rate do begin...
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Medical Alert Systems: Help
We kept getting asked "which medical alert system is best?"; and "how do I choose the right medical alert system for me?". This independent, objective, hands-on research tries to answer those questions. If you are looking for a medical alert system, either for yourself or for an older adult such as a parent, this piece of research is for you.
Useful Apps Club
Unlock the potential of your smartphone or tablet to improve your life. The Useful Apps Club is for older adults and Boomers who have a smartphone or tablet (or are thinking of getting one) and need help to turn it into a useful tool. We are focused on finding Apps that can change your life, and teaching you how to use them.
Reduce Fall Risk
Read the "best of the web" on: Avoiding Falling. Our team of clinicians and citizen analysts has scoured the web for the best available answers to a set of questions designed to help you make falling less likely, and make the consequences if you do fall less bad.
Guide: Home Sensor Systems
Read our report on this new category of products, designed to help seniors stay at home longer, and to help their families worry about them less. There are important lessons to be learned about which ones work, and for which types of circumstance they are optimal.