The Albert Project - Reducing Need for Pharmaceuticals
. What are we hoping for? That, like true champagne (happy weekend!), the Albert Project will lend a hand in the pioneering efforts to reduce dependancies on...
Motitech - How This Company Is Supporting The Aging Population With Fitness Tech | Forbes
Norwegian startup Motitech wants to solve the specific challenge of inactivity, brought about by an ageing population, and increase general wellbeing through the use of visual technology and specially-adapted exercise bikes.
Be EPIC - Training gives control back to the caregivers | Western University News
Western University research is helping personal-support workers deliver better quality care to their clients by showing them how to see the whole person behind the medical history.
CABHI - Ottawa plans to double the number of women-owned enterprises by 2025 | Canadian Manufacturing
Canada’s Minister of Small Business and Export Promotion announces funding for women entrepreneurs and exporters
Hippocamera - U of T Researcher Develops Smartphone App to Combat Memory Loss: CTV News | StartUp HERE Toronto
Linked Senior - High-quality resident engagement is affordable | McKnight's Long-Term Care News
The changes would take time but ultimately the community knew that making these key adjustments in their engagement approach, which didnât have to be costly, would lead to a high return on investment in both their business and resident quality of life.
CABHI - The biggest threat to Canada’s universities? The empathy gap | The Globe and Mail
Universities must conspire to produce the fearless leaders who can bridge the empathy gaps of yet unknown future economies, cultures and societies to create a humane, sustainable and competitive future, Sara Diamond writes
Aging Out - Improving the culture of long-term care for LGBTQ seniors | Ontario Society of Senior Citizens Organizations July 2019 Newsletter
Ontario Society of Senior Citizens Organizations
Linked Senior - Digital recreation platform helps older adults lead healthier lives | Canadian Healthcare Technology
As Canadian life expectancy rises, so does the chance that older adults will struggle with isolation – a risk factor for ill health. It's a problem that innovator Charles de Vilmorin knows well. For years he watched his grandmother, who lived with Alzheimer's, spend her days alone in her nursing home room, bored and