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It started as a challenge to Canadians to come up with great new ideas for technology-based solutions to support healthy aging. The AGE-WELL National Impact Challenge triggered a flood of submissions and a round of public voting.
On October 16, 2018, eight finalists took part in a live pitch event in Vancouver, competing for over $100,000 in cash and in-kind prizes.
The Marlena Books app, designed to help people with later-stage dementia to continue reading, was chosen as the winner by a panel of expert judges. Nightingale.ai: The Smart Clinical Assessment Assistant was runner-up.
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