Virtual Baycrest Learning Academy - Study hard and you might lower your chances of dementia | National Post
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First Innovation in Longevity Summit Focuses on Global Investment and Government Regulation
WASHINGTON, Nov. 12, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- The 2018 Washington Innovation in Longevity Summit features two days of curated programming, with day one focused on...
Linked Senior - High engagement associated with positive health outcomes | McKnight's
These research findings build on a growing body of academic work that examines how therapeutic engagement can positively impact the health and well-being of older adults living with cognitive impairment, including Alzheimerâs disease and related dementias.
Virtual Baycrest Learning Academy - Study hard and you might lower your chances of dementia | The Conversation
Higher education for seniors shows promise – for combatting social isolation, increasing well-being and delaying the onset, or slowing the progression, of dementia.
Careteam - Physician innovators: Technology driven solutions | Hospital News
The announcement of Joule's innovation grant recipients, nine physicians who are using technology to drive solutions to issues in healthcare.
Careteam - CMA’s Joule announces 2018 recipients of innovation grant program | BetaKit
Joule, the Canadian Medical Association's subsidiary designed to assist physicians in the pursuit of clinical excellence, has announced the recipients of its
Ease e-Home - British Columbia project testing how Amazon Echo may help seniors | Canadian Healthcare Technology
Smart homes for seniors? The two make an unlikely match – but one project funded by the Centre for Aging + Brain Health Innovation (CABHI), powered by Baycrest Health Sciences, is evaluating how living in a smart home could improve quality of life for older adults with early-stage dementia. Victoria, BC-based
Minds in Motion - Program helps people diagnosed with early stage dementia connect with others | Global News
Minds in Motion helps people diagnosed with early stage dementia stay active while connecting with others in a social setting.