Age Well. Age Smart.

Tech Strategies for Older Adults and Caregivers

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More Independence

More Peace of Mind

More Time for Living Life

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Technology can be your best friend...

But it can be hard to find what's right for you!

We keep it simple by answering 4 basic questions:

What makes a tech useful for older adults? 

What's needed to make it work?

What do you need to watch out for?

How much does it really cost?

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Find What You are Looking For

See at a glance what topics and tech have been profiled to date. 

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Step 2

Pick Your Topic   OR   Pick Your Tech

Get tech strategies matched to your problem or concern.

Explore featured technology to learn what problems it can address.

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Quick references to help stay organized, share ideas, compare options, make decisions.

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See what's new and what's changed at a glance.

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A comparison of three technologies for getting help.

  1. Smart Speakers (Echo Dot or Google Nest Mini) 

  2. Cellular Connected Smart Watches (Apple Watch)

  3. Traditional Medical Alert Lifeline Services. 

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Don't go it alone. 

Keep it simple.

Enjoy the journey!

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I'm Janice. 

Your advocate and blog host. 

I empathize with that feeling of dread every time someone suggests trying a new app or gadget.  But the right tech at the right time can make a positive and tangible difference in peoples' lives.

My guests and I believe everyone has a right to the peace of mind that comes with the confidence you've made a well informed decision.  Precious time or money should not be lost due to choices made due to to little or to misleading information.

We  hope you find some useful options on the TSL blog 

Be safe and be well, 


Janice Cunningham, MPH


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