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Ageism in tech: Older adults should be included in the design of new technologies

By Stephanie Hatzifilalithis, Postdoctoral Fellow, McMaster Institute for Research on Aging, McMaster University
Nicole Dalmer, Assistant Professor in the Department of Health, Aging and Society, McMaster University
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Technologies are now ubiquitous in everyday modern life, but ageism means that older adults are excluded from the design of the technologies that they use.The Conversation

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