By Terry Griffin
On March 5, 2019, the Task Force on Research and Development For Technology to Support Aging Adults created under the National Science & Technology Council (NSTC) released a report, “Emerging Technologies To Support An Aging Population,” identifying six opportunities for emerging technologies with potential to help older adults live independently. Each technology is categorized by its role in supporting a set of primary capabilities necessary to aging in place. The Task Force also identified focus areas that could support each capability and provided recommendations for research and development (R&D) for needed technology solutions. The six primary functional capabilities . . .
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On March 5, 2019, the Task Force on Research and Development For Technology to Support Aging Adults created under the National Science & Technology Council (NSTC) released a report, “Emerging Technologies To Support An Aging Population,” identifying six opportunities for emerging technologies with potential to help older adults live independently. Each technology is categorized by its role in supporting a set of primary capabilities necessary to aging in place. The Task Force also identified focus areas that could support each capability and provided recommendations for research and development (R&D) for needed technology solutions. The six primary functional capabilities . . .
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