March 2016

How Aging in Place is Different?

March 18, 2016
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Aging in Place might be called present time planning. This idea came from a nearly mind blowing conversation with Barb Stucki last week. She explained how the current discussion to fix long term care financing impedes efforts to seek better solutions to housing and care issues. Three recent reports from respected aging issues sources, summarized… Continue Reading How Aging in Place is Different?

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How is Aging in Place like Carry-Out?

March 16, 2016
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What? Think of it this way. Restaurant sales seem limited by the number of seats in the dining room. Some take reservations or ask people to stand in line. But any good restaurant turns people away every day. The seat limit is often far below kitchen capacity. Carry out gets more from the kitchen without… Continue Reading How is Aging in Place like Carry-Out?

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How is Aging in Place like UBER?

March 14, 2016
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Of course this is a good question. If we show how Aging in Place is like UBER we should get energy and investment behind aging in place because it should take off like UBER. I am not sure I had an answer before I heard Robin Chase, the co-founder of ZIPcar, speak at the Business… Continue Reading How is Aging in Place like UBER?

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Technology for Aging in Place Market Overview

March 4, 2016
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Laurie Orlov has been covering Technology for Aging in Place faithfully for many years already. She knows her stuff. She doesn’t mince words, play favorites or exaggerate. Straight stuff. The latest, Market Overview 2016, is excellent. It’s free but worth a lot. Read it.

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