Reality check: Health matters. More than your job, social status, money, car, house. But health is elusive. So much so that 65 million U.S. caregivers provide weekly care to the ill, disabled, aged. How can technology help? The experts speak.
Robert M. Miller, National Fragile X Foundation: “Technology will never replace the caring spirit, but technology can provide the necessary tools for caring to make a real difference in the lives of those with special needs.”
Louise W. Gane, MS, M.I.N.D. Institute: “Love the moment, and the energy of that moment will spread beyond all boundaries.” (Corita Kent)
Cheryl Pray, Els for Autism Foundation: “Autism: It’s not game over. It’s GAME ON!”
Faheem Ahmed, SAP: “Social networks have already transformed how we find music, discover restaurants, compare prices, and plan vacations. Isn’t it about time that we apply this technology to transform how we care for our loved ones?”
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