Thursday, April 13th, 2017
At NYU – 32 Waverly Place, Silver Building
Stay Home, Stay Safe!
How technology helps seniors
remain in their own homes
Alfred Poor, Ph.D.
The vast majority of seniors want to remain in their homes
instead of moving to managed settings,
but they are concerned about safety.
Technology can help. In this presentation, wearable technology expert Alfred Poor, PhD,
will provide a practical overview of aging-in-place devices, remote medicine,
and other affordable systems that make it practical for seniors to remain in their own homes,
maintain an independent life, and save money — with safety and peace of mind for all.
Alfred Poor, Ph.D. is a dynamic speaker and author with an international reputation in technology fields. He is the Editor of “Health Tech Insider,” a website and newsletter that covers the health and medical applications of wearable technology. A graduate of Harvard, he is the author or co-author of over a dozen books.
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