Pilot funding from Oregon Center for Aging and Technology

The Oregon Center for Aging & Technology (ORCATECH) is offering pilot funding up to $50,000 to improve technology and translate that technology into useful tools to improve health and maintain independence in our aging population. The center focuses on two key reasons for loss of independence among the elderly: decline in cognitive function and decline in mobility. Areas related to this focus are encouraged, but applications are not limited. Applications are due March 16, 2012.

Download the full request for applications. For more information, contact Tracy Zitzelberger at 503-494-7198.

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