Join us for EPIC presentations from AGE-WELL and EPIC-AT students, postdoctoral fellows, research staff, early career researchers (ECRs) and their stakeholders as they share their research in the “Autonomy & Independence” Challenge Area.
The “Autonomy & Independence” Challenge Area focuses on the use of information and communication technologies to help older adults maintain autonomy and independence in the face of impairment, disability or illness.
|Adriana Ríos Rincón, University of Alberta
|“It has to meet you where you are”: Older Adult Perspectives on Emotionality in Social Robotics
Jill Dosso, University of British Columbia
|Ethical and Legal Issues Related to Alert Systems for Missing Seniors
Adebusola (Busola) Adekoya, University of Waterloo & Yuriko Ryan, Provincial Health Services Authority
Balancing Safety and Autonomy: Exploring Stakeholder Attitudes Towards Real-Time Location Systems in Long Term Care Homes
Kyle Smilovsky, Wilfrid Laurier University
For more details and to download the EPIC Conference Program, see here: https://agewell-nce.ca/epic-conference