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Explorer Ken seeks help in exploring the many alternatives for assisted living. .....Read more and listen to the discussion

 

 

Explorer Judy introduces the group to the word 'proprioception' in the context of maintaining one's balance. .....Read more and listen to the discussion

 

 

Explorer Richard shares his experience of strengthening upper body and back by using exercise bands. .....Read more and listen to the discussion

 

 

The SFV Explorers discuss what they fear will limit their independence in the future. .....Read more and listen to the discussion

 

 

Explorer Shelly opens the discussion on hearing problems by saying that he has the most trouble hearing, even with hearing aids, in a movie theater. .....Read more and listen to the discussion

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SRC Explorers meet a mobile communications robot and respond to what they see. .....Read more and listen to the discussion

 

 

Saratoga Retirement Community Explorers brainstorm potential use cases for Alexa and the Amazon Echo, and conceptualize possible future Alexa skills for older adults.. .....Read more and listen to the discussion

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The Explorers look at a prototype cane as well as a mass produced model, and discuss the pros and cons of both designs. .....Read more and listen to the discussion

 

 

Explorer Helen has questions for the group before she goes ahead with getting contact lenses. .....Read more and listen to the discussion

 

 

Explorer Ron finds the Internet to be less helpful over time, rather than becoming easier to use. Updating of websites and pages is seen as particularly unsympathetic to older users. As well, another member is vocally unhappy with the typical 'phone tree' reception when calling businesses,... .....Read more and listen to the discussion


 

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