Welcome to AGE-WELL

AGE-WELL is a unique Canadian network that brings everyone together to develop technologies and services for healthy aging. We’re also training the next generation of innovators in this field, and making Canada a world leader in technologies that help aging populations everywhere.


Read the latest news from Canada’s technology and aging network, and learn about upcoming events and more.

The National Impact Challenge 2023, powered by AGE-WELL and SE Health, is a pitch competition that will bring together selected finalists from across Canada to pitch their technology, innovative program or service for aging with choice and dignity in Canada.
AGE-WELL is pleased to announce that Dr. Edith Munene, a PhD student at the University of Victoria in the School of Public Health and Social Policy, is the recipient of the inaugural Karen Kobayashi Memorial Award in Technology and Aging.
It was during a university class project in 2018 that Lianna Genovese came up with the idea for Guided Hands™, a mechanical device that helps people with limited hand mobility to reignite lost passions like painting.

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Join the AGE-WELL Community

Join the AGE-WELL Community
The AGE-WELL Network strives to create real-world solutions that will make a meaningful impact on the lives of Canadian seniors and caregivers. Our success depends on the active involvement of people who will actually use the technologies and services developed through our research. Seniors and caregivers who are interested in contributing to AGE-WELL activities are invited to join our community. Members will receive regular updates about Network activities, including opportunities to participate in research projects, and to attend events and forums for discussion about healthy aging and technology.

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Industry and non-profits looking to partner with AGE-WELL should contact: partnerships@agewell-nce.ca.


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