RESPECT - New tool predicts when long-term care patients will die | CBC
Researchers in Ottawa have come up with a tool to both predict how much time patients in long-term care have left, and to kick-start the important conversations that need to take place before they die.
Community ASAP - Coquitlam SAR tests search app at Mundy Park | Tricity News
A new smartphone app that could help locate people with dementia who go wandering will get its first test in B.C. this weekend at Mundy Park in Coquitlam. Saturday, about 15 Coquitlam Search and . . .
iGeriCare - Innovation notebook | Hamilton Spectator
Donate to McMaster’s new midwifery bursary and meet Hamilton’s new health care leader.
DataDay - New Canadian-made app aims to help people with early dementia or mild cognitive impairment | MobileSyrup
The DataDay mobile app can help patients with early dementia or mild cognitive impairment better go about their days.
Ably Bed - Norwegian entrepreneurs use BMW designers to create the world's smartest hospital beds | Shifter
CABHI announces funding for 31 new projects | Canadian Healthcare Technology
TORONTO – The Centre for Aging + Brain Health Innovation (CABHI), led by Baycrest, has announced support for the development and validation testing of 31 new innovations in aging and brain healthcare. A total of $1.4 M in support has been leveraged through CABHI's Spark program, which aims at fostering innovations from
City of Brampton hospitals first to use innovative health care apps to support growing ageing community | City of Brampton
'This hasn't been done anywhere in Canada': Baycrest's new facility takes aim at dementia | National Post
It will operate like a rec centre but clients will also be matched with a caseworker who will plan their activities and meticulously track their progress
SWORD Health - How Sensors are Changing the Way We Deliver Physiotherapy | News Medical
An interview with Sandrine Ortega from SWORD Health, at the NHS Health and Care Innovation Expo, discussing the greatest barriers to physiotherapy in the UK, and how SWORD Phoenix is improving patient outcomes for musculoskeletal disorders.