August 2018 – From robots to virtual reality: 4 ways tech can improve seniors’ lives

What do robot companions, matchmaking apps and spontaneous trips to Paris have in common? They’re all examples of ways technology can improve the lives of seniors.

July 2018 – Active Senior Living Day 1-Year Anniversary Celebration with Mayor Wedel Expected to be a Successful Event

A grand celebration with Mayor Wedel is set to commence on July 11th in honor of the 1st anniversary of Active Senior Living Day at The Heritage Downtown.

February 2018 – The Gadgets and Services to Help Aging Loved Ones Live More Independently

When Maxine Duncan, 87, and Bert Yarbrough, 90, moved into The Heritage Downtown retirement community in Walnut Creek, CA, they never dreamed they’d have a robot for a roommate.

December 2017 – Co-Partnership with Dayna Willson, a Local Real-Estate Broker

The Heritage Downtown is pleased to announce our co-partnership with Dayna Wilson, Seniors Real Estate Specialist® [SRES]® of Keller Williams Real Estate-East Bay, and the originator of the Savvy Seniors Living Seminars, a 90-minute monthly educational seminar series presented at the Lafayette Library Community Hall, 3491 Mt Diablo Blvd in Lafayette. Adults 55+, seniors, and caregivers are invited to attend the free “Savvy Seniors Living Seminar Series” to learn the actual facts about issues related to home ownership and post-retirement downsizing in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Admission is free. All seminars start at 10 AM and finish at 11:30 AM. Please call 925-788-6582 to register or sign up online at Space is limited and pre-registration is required.

November 2017 – The Heritage Downtown Named Best Senior Living: Caring Stars 2018

August 2017 – Seniors want walkability, too, survey says

July 2017 – Scalable Solutions to Fit Your Wellness Needs

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April 12th, 2017 – Ohmni home robot makes video chats feel like they’re IRL – CNN Money

March 10, 2017 – Robot designed to aid senior citizens could decrease cost of growing old

January 20th, 2017 – Seniors Welcome New, Battery-Powered Friends

Cutting-edge innovations are set to upend some of the constants of growing old. – New York Times

 October 13th 2016 – If Grandma enjoys technology, our mission is accomplished!

October 12th 2016 – San Francisco Chronicle

Robots to help families check in on Bay Area seniors

October 12th 2016 – Robots keeping seniors connected

CNBC’s Aditi Roy reports on how robots and artificial intelligence are being used to help the aging population.

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