The AARP University was created to be the center of education for Life@50+ attendees. The goal of the University is to provide interactive, educational sessions by AARP staff experts on the latest AARP research, programs, services, benefits and larger issues of interest that affect our members and society.
Cool Tech for the 50+
Saturday, Sept. 22, 2012 2:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Laura Mitchell, Vice President for Business Development, GrandCare Systems and Board Member, AGETEK Alliance
Mike Lee, Senior Advisor, AARP
Rafael ‘Tico’ Ballagas, Principal Research Scientist, Nokia Research Center
Jeff Makowka, Senior Strategic Advisor, Thought Leadership, AARP (Co-Moderator)
Bill Walsh, Senior Advisor, My Health Portfolio, AARP (Co-Moderator)
An explosion of new technology is designed to make your life easier and more enjoyable — such as monitoring your health while on the go or connecting with grandkids. The good news is that many of these new gadgets are easy to use and the prices are rapidly coming down. Come see live demonstrations of some of the coolest gadgets on the market — and some that have yet to go public — that use the latest technology to enhance your health, lifestyle and relationships.
Laura will be showcasing the GrandCare System along with other available and affordable technologies for the 50+.