Event
Cities as Incubators for Successful Aging
Wednesday, November 15, 2017
1:00pm – 2:00pm
San Francisco, CA
Wednesday, November 15, 2017
1:00pm – 2:00pm
San Francisco, CA

Aging2.0 OPTIMIZE will feature captivating keynotes, exclusive networking opportunities, unique market insights and a cutting-edge showcase of innovative exhibitors. This session will highlight model cities driving innovation in aging and best practices for collaboration between cities and tech companies to accelerate healthy, productive, and purposeful aging. It will also feature case studies from Virginia and Colorado. Richmond, Virginia's autonomous vehicle pilot program is designed to promote engagement, mobility and social connectedness for older adults in a historically underserved neighborhood. Centennial, Colorado recently established a city innovation team focused on aging services such as mobile and virtual senior centers, technology ambassador programs, universal design guides and a demo house/test-bed for senior products and services.

Panelists

  • Paul Gunther | UX Designer, City of Centennial
  • Caroline Servat | Associate, Milken Institute Center for the Future of Aging
  • Tom Nash | Master of Public Policy Candidate, Tufts University
  • Catherine MacDonald | Director of Strategy & Innovation, Greater Richmond Age Wave (Moderator & Presenter)

Click here to view the agenda.