We’re excited to share that we’ve been asked by the Northern Kentucky Council on Aging to be at the Northern Kentucky Senior Expo 2018, coming this August to Newport on the Levee.
Several of our HiLois team members will be on hand to demo HiLois, the app for seniors to combat social isolation.
We will also be pleased to help anyone who wants to get started to walk through the simple setup steps.
Just sign up on our clipboard for a time slot and remember to bring your iPad or tablet.
Here are the details:
Northern Kentucky Senior Expo 2018
What: Northern Kentucky Senior Expo
When: Thursday, August 16, 2018 from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Where: Gallery Building of Newport on the Levee
We will be at the expo sharing demos of HiLois. Bring your iPad and your smartphone and our team will be on hand to help you get started. It’s easy.
You can also learn more about HiLois, the app for seniors and social isolation on our early adopter’s offer page.
Team members Tom Tressler of the Cincinnati Aging 2.0 chapter and business development director at HiLois and more will be on hand to help interested parties get set up on the spot.
Best of all, it’s a free app for everyone who signs up now during our early adopter’s offer period.
That’s right, free lifetime usage of our app that turns a simple photo frame into a private social network. We like to say it’s technology for seniors who hate technology.
Get HiLois, the Private Social Network for families TODAY
Have a family member who is lonely or disconnected and looking for a creative way to stay in touch? All early reviewers who download Summer of 2018 will have free lifetime usage. Learn more about this offer.
(Offer ends: Fall, 2018)
Brett Harnett is the founder of HiLois. He joined the faculty at the University of Cincinnati in 2004 and serves as the Director for the UC Center for Health Informatics. His academic appointment is in Biomedical Informatics. He is a member of the UC Institutional Review Board focused on use of technology protecting research subjects. Prior to joining UC, Brett was the Director of Experimental Information Technology for a NASA-sponsored research program in Virginia and a Systems Analyst at Yale University in Connecticut. He covers clinical informatics, healthy aging, technology, research and all things data for the HiLois blog.