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News: Behavioral Health

Senior Living Facility Launches Novel Pilot to Support Aging in Place

Mission Health is “in new territory,” Tina Thomas, senior vice president of operations, told Home Healthcare News. They are launching […]

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IBM’s Ambitious 5-Year Plan Uses AI to Revolutionize Healthcare

Self-driving cars may be the first revolution AI brings us, but its power to reveal the early and usually hidden […]

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Lyft Partners with CareLinx for Rideshare

Lyft recently partnered with the on-demand caregiving startup CareLinx to create CareRide, which gets older adults where they need to […]

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A Robot Named Jimmy, and Other Tech Making Life Better As We Age

  For one retired couple in California, their new robot is a welcome change: Welcoming a robot into her family […]

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Another View: Virtual Reality For Seniors

Beth Tetreault’s mother has always wanted to visit Sweden. Now, with limited eyesight and mobility, traveling is out of the […]

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Age-Friendly Tech Helps Seniors Connect

A home care franchise in Peoria, Illinois is making tech accessible for seniors with a tablet designed with their needs […]

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NYU Students Skip the Dorm to Stay With Seniors

For older adults who could use some company, some additional income, not to mention an occasional hand around the house, […]

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What would it take to make an age-friendly city?

The challenges of caring for older people are growing as we live longer. By 2050 an estimated 83.7 million people […]

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The internet makes adults happier: New research

Using the internet makes people happier, especially seniors and those with health problems that limit their ability to fully take […]

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9 Inspiring Apps Created to Improve Mental Health

Technology has been an incredible tool to help people monitor their health. We can track what we eat, our steps, […]

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