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 “Cognitive Health & Dementia” Challenge Area.
The “Cognitive Health & Dementia” Challenge Area focuses on technology-based solutions that promote cognitive health and active lifestyles to help delay the onset of cognitive decline and provide assistance to those already experiencing impairment.
|Frank Knoefel, Bruyere Research Institute
|COMPAs: An app to Break Social Isolation & Promote Person-Centered Communication Between People Living With Dementia and Their Caregivers in Long-Term Care Centers
Barbara Delacourt, Centre de recherche de l’Institut universitaire de gériatrie de Montréal
|Time Perceptions in Dementia: A Scoping Review with an Examination of AgeTech Opportunities and Challenges
Natasha Gallant, University of Regina
|MATCH: a mixed-reality assistive technology for cognition for older adults with neurocognitive disorders
Guillaume Spalla, Université de Sherbrooke
|Genevieve Zletni, person with lived experience
For more details and to download the EPIC Conference Program, see here: https://agewell-nce.ca/epic-conference