GUEST SPEAKER ON TECHNOLOGIES FOR THE ELDERLY – GEORGE MASON PROGRAM IN ASSISTED LIVING
On April 26th, Rebecca Scritchfield, Director of Programs and Operations for the Center for Aging Services Technologies (CAST), will be the featured Guest Speaker in the program in Assisted Living/Senior Housing Administration at George Mason University. Ms. Scritchfield will speak from 4:30-5:30 in Robinson Hall, Room A228 on the Fairfax Campus.
CAST is a community of over 400 technology companies, researchers, and providers of aging services working to improve the experience of aging through emerging technologies that are possible, practical and affordable. George Mason is a member of CAST through the Program in Assisted Living/Senior Housing Administration.
The title of Ms. Scritchfield’s presentation will be “Imagine – The Future of Aging”. She will discuss the looming “age wave”, our inability to scale current resources to meet the future care needs of seniors, and how CAST is leading the charge to develop and deploy emerging technologies to meet these needs. The session will explore global trends in aging, technology development, and consumer preferences that will transform aging services.
ALL INTERESTED HEALTHCARE AND TECHNOLOGY PROFESSIONALS, GEORGE MASON STUDENTS, AND FACULTY ARE INVITED TO ATTEND THIS GUEST SPEAKER PRESENTATION. Seating is limited and can be reserved on a first response basis by RSVP to Yvonne Grant at:
Directions and parking information may also be obtained from Ms. Grant.
Additional information on CAST can be found at their website at:
Additional information on the Program in Assisted Living/Senior Housing Administration can be found at:
Don’t miss this opportunity to attend this unique and informative presentation.