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St. Barnabas Senior Services (SBSS) is a nonsectarian, nonprofit organization with a rich history of serving older adults in the Los Angeles region for more than 100 years.  Our comprehensive programming promotes healthy and holistic aging, prolongs independence and enhances dignity and overall quality of life for over 18,000 seniors annually.

With award winning cyber cafes in our senior centers, our mobile tech labs, and with the Aging Into The Future initiative, we are the leader in creating a vibrant and tech connected community of older adults that are empowered to thrive and age in place through technology, throughout the Los Angeles region.

For more information, visit us at www.sbssla.org

 
 
 

AITF Conference Co-Chairs

 
 
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Rigo Saborio

President & CEO
St. Barnabas Senior Services (SBSS)

 

 
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Jon
Warner

CEO, RX4 Group
Board Member, St. Barnabas Senior Services (SBSS)

 
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Scott Collins

President & CEO
Link-age Ventures

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Maria Henke

Senior Associate Dean
USC Leonard Davis School of Gerontology

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Jeanne Holm

Senior Tech
Link-age Ventures

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Paul Irving

Chairman
Milken Institute Center for the Future of Aging

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Scott Kaiser, MD

Chief Innovation Officer
Motion Picture & Television Fund

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Stuart Karten

Principal
Karten Design

David Lindeman

Director
CITRIS (UC Berkeley) and Cetner for Technology and Aging

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Nancy McPherson

State Director
AARP California

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Sophie Okolo

Senior Associate
Milken Institute Center for the Future of Aging

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Omid Toloui

VP Digital Health
CareMore

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Laura Trejo

General Manager
LA City Department of Aging

 

This conference has been a terrific convening of leaders in aging and technology.  It says something special about the potential of Los Angeles to lead in the United States and around the world. 
We live in a community that leads in dreams and imagination and nothing could be more exciting than the potential for new products and services and innovations for older adults.

- Paul Irving, The Milken Institute Center
for the Future of Aging

 
 
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