Join us on April 4 and 5 for demos and tours as AGE-WELL and iDAPT Research host two special evenings

Tour a subterranean laboratory with a giant hydraulic motion simulator that can generate winter-like conditions such as ice and snow. Discover cutting-edge innovations designed to support healthy aging.

It’s all part of two special evenings on April 4 & 5 from 4:30 PM – 7:30 PM hosted by AGE-WELL, Canada’s Technology and Aging Network, and iDAPT Research. The events are part of Toronto’s first ever Health Innovation Week.File 2017-03-21, 10 57 34

Both evenings will feature technology demos, networking and a tour of one of AGE-WELL’s core facilities – the iDAPT Centre for Rehabilitation Research. AGE-WELL is based at the Toronto Rehabilitation Institute – University Health Network, Canada’s largest academic rehabilitation research hospital.

We welcome members of the public to learn more about the AGE-WELL Network, and find out about the assistive robots, smart home systems, anti-collision wheelchairs and other innovations that AGE-WELL teams are creating to support healthy aging.

Come take a tour of Toronto Rehab’s state-of-the-art research facilities. See an underground lab with a massive motion simulator that can mimic everyday environmental challenges such as snow, ice and slopes, and where researchers can test people’s balance and mobility devices in real-life situations.

Guests will be guided through the iDAPT Center for Rehabilitation Research and Challenging Environment Assessment Labs in the basement and on the 12th floor including: Control room, StreetLab, WinterLab, FallsLab, DriverLab ,CareLab, and HomeLab.

Click here to register for the April 4th event
Click here to register for the April 5th event  

Agenda (April 4)

4:30PM – iDAPT Research and AGE-WELL NCE (Networking & Research Demos)
5:00PM – Introduction to Toronto Rehab – UHN Research
6:00PM – iDAPT Tour
7:00PM – Closing Remarks
7:30PM – Event Ends

Agenda (April 5)

4:30PM – iDAPT Research and AGE-WELL NCE (Networking & Research Demos)
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6:00PM – iDAPT Tour
7:00PM – Closing Remarks
7:30PM – Event Ends

AGE-WELL NCE Inc. is a federally-funded Canadian network of industry, non-profit organizations, government, care providers, end users, and academic partners working together using high-quality research to drive innovation and create technologies and services that benefit older adults and caregivers. Its vision is to harness and build upon the potential of emerging and advanced technologies in areas such as artificial intelligence (AI), e-health, information communication technologies (ICTs), and mobile technologies to stimulate technological, social, and policy innovation. AGE-WELL was launched in 2015 through the federally funded Networks of Centres of Excellence program.