AgingToday: Forging Intergenational Connection and Friendship

Many older adults, even some older professionals who work in the aging services industry, struggle to make sense of our technology-infused world—a landscape constantly reinventing itself. But there are innovators who are trying to make technology more age-friendly: they can be found at the intersection of design, aging and technology, in places like the Gerontechnology Program at Pace University, New York, N.Y.

Jean Coppola, one of the program’s founders and professor in the Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Services, began offering an intergenerational computing course in 2006.

Read the full article by Kate Finn in AgingToday.

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