The CREATE Team was well-represented at the Gerontological Society of America 2018 Annual Scientific Meeting! CREATE presented a symposium entitled, "The Benefits and Challenges of Technology for Older Adults: Lessons from CREATE', which was chaired by CREATE's director, Dr. Sara Czaja. For photos from the event, click here!
Coming Soon: CREATE is excited to announce the Third Edition of our Designing for Older Adults book. You can pre-order your copy now by clicking here!
At the 30th APS Annual Convention, CREATE PI Dr. Sara Czaja discussed how access to technology can help facilitate older adults' access to important services and information. Click here to learn more!
Dr. Wally Boot was presented the Earl Alluisi Award for Early Career Achievement at the APA 2018 annual meeting. The award recognizes outstanding achievements made by psychologists within 10 years of receiving their PhD. Congratulations, Dr. Boot!
Congratulations to Dr. Neil Charness! He was presented the 2018 Committee on Aging (CONA) Award for the Advancement of Psychology and Aging at this year's APA 2018 annual meeting! For more information on the CONA Award, click here!
Dr. Wendy Rogers and CREATE alum Dr. Richard Pak were featured in the July/August 2018 APA Monitor issue. Click here to read more!
The CREATE Team will be well-represented at the 2018 APA Convention! Dr. Wally Boot, chair-elect of the Commitee on Aging (CONA), will be one of four speakers during this year's CONA Conversation Hour, discussing the topic of Aging and the Importance of Social Connectedness. Moreover, congratulations to Dr. Neil Charness who will be presented the 2018 CONA Award for Advancement of the Psychology of Aging! For more information about the event, click here!
CREATE Principal Investigator Dr. Neil Charness has received two honors for a career of work on longevity and on technology for older adults, from the Committee on Aging of the American Psychological Association and from the International Society for Gerontechnology. Click here to read more!
The first entry in a video series that explains CREATE research in brief has been uploaded to the CREATE YouTube channel! This video reviews findings from a randomized controlled trial which included over 300 older adults at risk for social isolation. The results showed multiple benefits for those using the Personal Reminder Information & Social Management System (PRISM). Click here to watch, and remember to like the video and subscribe to the channel for more videos like this as they become available!