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Tech For Seniors
Tech For Seniors

AIR DATE: January 9, 2014

When we think of early adapters of technology, our first thoughts may go to hipster Google Glass wearers or teenage snap chat users.

But what about new technology that our parents and grandparents will embrace?  What are the latest innovations for seniors hoping to live unassisted at home for as long as possible? What are the best gadgets for grandparents hoping to keep in touch with out of town grandchildren?



Laurie Orlov, Aging in Place Technology Watch

Jeffrey Makowka, senior advisor, AARP

Eric Milller, writer and CES participant

Rhonda Radi, tech enthusiast and CES participant

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