This video, created for ABHOW's 2015 annual meeting, follows three older adults on their travels through aging and purpose.
Just the facts, ma’am
Wi-Fi everywhere and a virtual technology store are features that will soon be added to the long list of amenities provided by ABHOW’s continuing care retirement communities (CCRCs).
More than $1 million will be spent this fiscal year to lay the cables and identify the computer access points at the campuses for the major Wi-Fi project, according to Joe Gerardi, senior vice president of information technology (IT) and chief information officer.
March 12, 2015
By: Brice Smith
The assignment seemed simple: write a story about a new Web-based resident portal at Horizon House, a continuing care retirement community in Seattle.
Residents, team members and families can download activity calendars and other documents online, view dinner menus and customize their profiles through the password-protected website, similar to other social networking sites. So I planned to speak with people who were eager to personalize their pages and make new friends. I even hoped to get a quote from a grandparent about how the portal would enhance family connections.
But my story, "Technology Connects Communities, Provides Portal to Future," contains none of those things.