Older adults, as a group, tend to be slower than younger adults to adopt new technologies.
These differences are well illustrated in the Pew data sets, which we will summarize briefly. However, within each age group, there are individual differences in rates of adoption. We will provide an Ageing boot of the factors that predict technology adoption early i.
The PRISM trial provided a unique opportunity to assess predictors of use over the course of one year. We will present these data, as well as other examples, Ageing boot identify predictors of technology adoption across and within age groups.
Understanding these individual and age-related differences can provide guidance for the deployment of new technologies that may be beneficial Ageing boot users in terms of health social interaction, or cognitive engagement.
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