Leading scientists, researchers and industry leaders come together to help pave an ideal longevity society(San Francisco, CA – September 21, 2017) -- Home Care Assistance partners with the Stanford Center on Longevity in promotion of its 10th Anniversary Symposium around “redesigning long life.” The company joins an exclusive list of scientists, researchers, activists and industry leaders to identify how we can create an ideal longevity society amid new technological advances, scientific discoveries and social norms that are reshaping the way we view long life. The symposium will be held on September 21st at the Stanford Alumni Association. “We’re honored to partner with the most preeminent scientists and researchers in the field of longevity for this important occasion,” said Lily Sarafan, CEO of Home Care Assistance. “From the very start, we have been committed to advancing the frontiers of knowledge and shifting the paradigms around aging through our innovative services and education campaigns. We’re excited to collaborate with thought leaders at the Stanford Center on Longevity to help shape a forward-thinking approach to the incredible opportunity of long life in society." Founded in 2007, the Stanford Center on Longevity’s mission is to accelerate and implement scientific discoveries so that century long lives are healthy and rewarding. The day-long symposium will not only aim to cover recent advances in the biology of aging, but also the implications on society, work and culture when people live out their full lives. The elite group of trailblazers will work to discuss and design an ideal longevity society, and begin to shine light on the necessary steps to achieve it. With nearly 90 percent of those 65 and older preferring to live in their current home and community as they age, Home Care Assistance seeks to provide seniors with the highest quality care possible. As the only in-home care provider to offer an integrated, science-based approach to longevity, Home Care Assistance is dedicated to ensuring those who want to age “in-home” are able to do so. The company has developed and piloted a range of technological solutions that complement its highly-trained caregiving services including smart home sensors, proprietary disease management tools, senior transportation solutions, and more. To learn more about the Stanford Center on Longevity's 10th Anniversary Symposium, please visit www.tickets.stanford.edu/10th-anniversary-symposium. About Home Care Assistance Home Care Assistance is the leading provider of in-home care for seniors serving the United States, Canada and Australia. Its uniquely integrated, science-based approach to aging directly supports individual lifestyles and quality longevity, enabling seniors to live happier, healthier lives at home. Named an Inc. 5000 company six years in a row and one of the 50 fastest growing women-owned companies worldwide in 2017, Home Care Assistance has been recognized as a 2017 Endorsed National Provider by the home care industry’s leading research firm, Home Care Pulse. Home Care Assistance CEO Lily Sarafan was also named Health Care Executives’ 2016 Woman of the Year. For more information about Home Care Assistance, please visit www.www.haotou.icu.
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