Explorer Discussions: Challenges, Stories & Solutions

Most Recent

Better Bra for Older Women

Our Longevity Explorers have been engaged in a brainstorming session about bra's for older adults — ignited by a challenge from explorer Marly.

 


 

Accepting Aging; Deciding Not to Drive

Listen to a nice casual conversation among the Cincinnati Longevity Explorers about handling aging in general, and the challenges of telling a loved one that they shouldn’t be driving anymore.

 


 

Jan 2020 AARP

AARP has many products and services, and Ms. Darlene Reza Rossi, Associate Director for Community Outreach in RI provided a useful overview and answered many questions for the Providence Longevity Explorer Circle.

 


 

Jitterbug Flip Phone: Evaluated @ Passavant

The Passavant Explorers were interested in options for friends in need of a cell phone, but not interested in learning to use a smart phone. We spent some time interacting with the Jitterbug Flip - our opinions are listed below.  

 


 

Suit Yourself: Different Pill Boxes Meet Different Needs

Saratoga Retirement Community Explorers discuss the pros and cons of a variety of pill storage and dispensing devices.

 


 

I Use a Daily Check-in Call App

Explorer Sanae tells about an app that provides a check-in call daily or weekly.  

 


 

Ways to Make One's Legacy Meaningful

Explorer Lynn is first to respond to the question, what is a legacy?

 


 

Medicine Containers Challenge Older Hands

Explorer Diana tells the group about the difficulty she has opening a bottle of commercial pain relief pills.

 


 

How Judy Packs Her Pills for Travel

Explorer Judy tells the group about how she manages her pills, especially for travel.

 


 

Serene Innovations TV Soundbox @ Passavant

The Test Pilots/Passavant Community Longevity Explorers Circle evaluated the product "TV Soundbox" at their January 2020 meeting. Here are the results.

 


 

View more Discussions from the Longevity Explorers.

(You can filter by topic and see hundreds more discussions like these)

Participate

Members can read and listen to the full discussion, and add comments and ideas. We would love your participation in the discussion of challenges faced by older adults, and possible solutions to the things discussed here.