07 Feb Will This Tech Tool Help Manage Older People’s Health? Ask Dad
Aging 2.0 may not sound like the hippest start-up in San Francisco, but it’s part of an industry worth $2 billion and growing fast — technology to help older adults.
Katy Fike, 35, is the company’s co-founder. She’s devoted to making sure that older adults who are supposed to use the products are involved in their development.
That’s especially important, because the creators of tech startups tend to be much younger than the intended users of their products.
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