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Emergency Response System Guide Now Available

Tech-enhanced Life released the beta version of its Guide to Personal Emergency Response Systems.


 

Useful Apps Club Membership Open

Tech-enhanced Life announces introduction of the new "Useful Apps Club".


 

Personal Emergency Response System Podcast

Dr. Leslie Kernisan recently recorded an interview with Dr. Richard Caro about his hands-on evaluations of personal emergency response systems. This is an in-depth interview and touches on some of the more interesting, and less well known aspects of this category of products, also often called medical alert systems.


 

Medication Management Technology Talk

Dr. Renfro and Dr. Caro gave a joint talk on "Medication Management Technology in Alzheimer's Disease" at the 2016 American Society on Aging meeting. 


 

Stanford Longevity Design Challenge Finals

Ken Smith asked us to mention the upcoming finals of the Stanford Center on Longevity Design Challenge on April 5th. You can see more about the event here:


 

Hands-on Workshop: Emergency Response Systems

We are running this in-person workshop on emergency response systems, and how to choose them, in Redwood City on Wed. March 2nd at 6.30pm.


 

Live Q&A with Richard Caro: "Go Anywhere" Medical Alert Field Tests

Live Q&A event with Richard Caro on Emergency Response Systems and our comparative testing results.


 

Webinar: Emergency Response Systems for Older Adults

This webinar is designed to share our learnings thus far about emergency response systems; to introduce people to our PERS selection tool, which is currently in "alpha trials"; and to give you an opportunity to ask questions or suggest additional things we should explore in the remainder of our work.


 

Interview: New Technology for Older Adults

San Francisco radio station KALW aired this short interview on New Technology for Older Adults with Richard Caro.


 

Hands-on Workshop: Home Sensor Systems

We are running a workshop on Home Sensor Systems on Wed July 15th. It is designed to go a step beyond the recent book on this topic, and provide actionable, personalized, hands-on support to people wanting to decide whether they want one of these systems, and if so which one would be right for them.


 

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