Susan Walker, Michael Sarfatti
The late American feminist and activist Betty Friedan once said, 'Aging is not 'lost youth' but a new stage of opportunity and strength." We live in an information age that changes at a hectic pace, especially as we move into an always-on state of connectivity. As my parents got older, they found adapting to new technologies and using electronics in their daily life positively overwhelming. Not so with my generation: As I grow older, I embrace technology as a real opportunity to stay connected and independent even as age-related or chronic disabilities might slow me down. I believe that…
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