Exploring the Possibilities: Touring the Tech-enhancedLife Website @ Providence
Our circle’s technical expert led the group in a lively and informative web-linked conversation with Richard Caro, CEO and Co-Founder of Tech-enhanced Life. The purpose was to “kick off” our year with an introduction to the incredible resources and interactive possibilities available via the...
The suggested topic from one of our Explorers was “Aging minds; mental health concerns; brain diseases; brain exercises.” Our Explorers talk about a number of examples of ‘normal forgetting’, as well as tips and suggestions on how to combat or deal with this natural aging phenomenon. Listen to the recording if you’d like to follow this exploration step by step. There’s a text box below if you’d like to leave any comments or contributions.
Led by Ronda Sciolto, a member of the Steering Committee of the Providence Circle, the June meeting focused on technology, particularly on apps (or applications) that are particularly useful. Ronda worked in technology for many years and is the founder of “Help Me, Ronda,” a business that has the goal of helping non-digital natives thrive in a digital world by reducing barriers to using the tools of technology and making it simple.
The suggested topic from one of our Explorers was “Vitamins: What to take; what to stay away from.” Our Explorers weigh in on a number of vitamin-related issues in this wide-ranging discussion. Overall, vitamin information and knowledge can be confusing and you may run across some mixed messages. Listen to the recording if you’d like to follow this exploration step by step. There’s a text box below if you’d like to leave any comments or contributions.
Ensuring that one's wishes will be followed means care in selecting an "agent" having a durable power of attorney for health care. Another important step in Rhode Island is completing a "MOLST." In Part three of our discussion on end of life wishes at the Providence circle, Dr. Pat Gifford, a retired Geriatrician, explained the process for getting and completing the “MOLST”—Medial Orders for Life Sustaining Treatment.
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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.