Transportation experts foresee a future in which shared mobility and autonomous vehicles (AVs) set off a revolution in the transportation sector.
The TDS is vital to facilitating the integration of human services transportation with emerging MaaS platforms.
Hosted in Dallas, the 2017 AARP Livable Communities National Conference was an opportunity for elected officials, planning professionals, local leaders and community advocates from throughout the nation to share ideas, best practices and solutions for making towns, cities and communities more…
In 2016, AARP launched the Home Alone Alliance sm in collaboration with the United Hospital Fund, the Family Caregiver Alliance and the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing at the University of California at Davis. The Home Alone Alliance sm is a collaborative that brings together partners from the…
Walking is the best, easiest way to avoid or reduce the pain of arthritic knees, but up to now no one seemed to agree on just how much walking was needed to get the most benefit. Now a new study suggests it's less than we thought.
For those of us who love the law, what's best about it is how it is always developing, changing, adding data points like dots in a pointillistic picture. For those of us with a career in the law, staying engaged with - and curious about - theory and policy and societal progress transform a 30- or…
It's only been a few weeks since I joined the ranks of 1.6 million Americans who use wheelchairs, and it has already changed me. I feel helpless in some ways and useless in others. I am in a different world, downsized and looking up, dependent upon others to get me where I'm going.
What's made by Toyota, has no wheels but still helps you get from here to there? That would be the 'independent walk assist,' part of the auto manufacturer's new line of high-tech health care products aimed at helping disabled or older adults get around ... There are now 117 Green House nursing homes across the United States, and it's not just the structure of these houses that's different.
A Japanese company has created a robotic suit with the potential to give mobility to those who have limited or no use of their limbs.
Search AARP Blogs