NEW TRAINing SCHEDULE November 2022 :
Group Sessions for smartphone and tablet training: Wednesdays 10:30 – noon at Montclair Public Library. To register:call (973) 518 – 3867 to email: support@montclairgateway,com
Drop-In sessions for more individualized attention: Tuesdays 3:30 -4:30 and Thursdays, 11 a.m. -noon at Edgemont Park House in cooperation with M.I.L.L. Call: 973-744-3278
MPL Digital Literacy Workshop: Wednesdays, 6:00- 7:30 p.m. Register at: montclairlibrary.org/pla
Volunteers Wanted for SS/ST©:
Gateway is seeking additional peer coaches for the SmartSeniors/SmartTECH© program: if you are tech savvy and interested in volunteering, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call (973) 518 3867.
Gateway is proud of the press coverage we have received for the technology transfer project we have developed and called SmartSeniors/SmartTECH©
IMMEDIATE: Can Alexa Make Daily Life Simpler?
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Workshop on Smartphones and Assistive Technology
Workshop: March 10, 2023 at Montclair Women’s Club
Many residents age 55 and older live in homes that will not be suitable for them as they age in place. Educating oneself now can be important. A class of consumer-based technology called Smart Assistive Technology (AT) is already on the market and designed to mitigate the accident potential of such homes: e.g. unlit rooms, running faucets, left-on stoves, etc. Additionally, many of your friends are already using wearable devices to count steps, measure blood pressure as well as insulin levels. MGAP will demystify an array of such devices through demonstration and individualized conversations.
- The convergence of medicine and informatics is everywhere around us
- Advances in in-home monitoring and smart voice-assisted devices [AT] abound
- Smart use of AT can increase your independence and security as you age in place
Watch this space for more detail.