Nov. 15-15, 2018 San Fransisco  Details




Upcoming Technology News and Events: 

Aging 2.0 for the Seattle Chapter.

Providing a global platform, Aging2.0 is accelerating innovation for senior care. The Local Chapters are volunteer-run with the mission of connecting innovators in the aging industry. It is about creating an innovative incubation platform for aging services and technologies in the Pacific Northwest.



Cyber-Seniors Documentary follows a group of initially reluctant seniors as they discover the wonders of the world-wide-web with the help of their teenage mentors. Their exploration of cyberspace is catapulted to a whole new level when 89-year-old Shura decides to create a YouTube tutorial. This inspires a lively competition where hidden talents and competitive spirits are revealed. The Cyber-Seniors program was started by two teenage sisters. They came up with the idea after witnessing how cyber-communication had transformed their grandparents’ lives and brought them closer to their grandchildren. WATCH DVDs available.


LeadingAge’s Center for Aging Services Technologies (CAST) is leading the charge to expedite the development, evaluation and adoption of emerging technologies that can improve the aging experience. CAST has become an international coalition of more than 400 technology companies, aging services organizations, research universities, and government representatives.

Technology is one of the five big ideas of LeadingAge. More.

In this section, Aging Services will provide information about emerging technologies and efforts to accelerate the availability of technology to consumers.

Information contact:

Majd Alwan, Director, (202) 508-9463

TED Talks: Eric Dishman on Personalized Health Systems; More.

Tech Time CAST Newsroom

A monthly digest of news and analysis for CAST members about the latest information and trends in aging-services technology. Read the online versions.

A Vision For Aging and Technology

The video will give you a glimpse, through the eyes of one family, of what the future of aging could look like with help from developing technologies that are possible, practical and affordable.

Watch the video