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An important update from AGE-WELL

An important update from AGE-WELL

Dec 06 2018

(Français)    As you may be aware, it was announced today that the Networks of Centres of Excellence (NCE) program is being phased out over the next few years. We want to assure our community of older adults, caregivers, researchers and partners that our funding will continue unchanged to the end of our current term,

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Danette Starblanket (Saskatchewan)

Dec 05 2018

(Français) Danette Starblanket’s goal is to improve the quality of life for Canada’s Indigenous People―and she believes her involvement with AGE-WELL will help her to succeed. “I think that what I’ve learned and the people I’ve met through this training will really impact my future and my career,” says Starblanket, an AGE-WELL research assistant and

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AGE-WELL’s 4th annual conference showcased innovation in action

Dec 03 2018

(Français) For Laura Ault, who is part of an Ottawa research team working on smart-home systems to help seniors and caregivers, attending AGE-WELL’s annual conference was “more than an incredible opportunity.” Ault was among over 400 researchers, trainees, older adults, caregivers and representatives from industry, government and non-profit organizations who took part in AGE-WELL 2018,

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Wearable solutions: clothing that fits the challenge

Wearable solutions: clothing that fits the challenge

Nov 29 2018

(Français) Older adults with back and neck problems can often benefit from posture braces, but these may be large and hinder their ability to do activities they love. Special apparel developed by entrepreneur Noureddin Chahrour, being marketed with the support of AGE-WELL, allows seniors to maintain their posture―and a comfortable, active lifestyle. Chahrour, 26, an

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AGE-WELL awards ‘Accelerator’ funding for six research projects in technology and aging

Nov 23 2018

(Français) The AGE-WELL Network of Centres of Excellence (NCE) today announced almost $240,000 in funding for six research projects that have the potential for real-world impact at the intersection of technology and aging. One team is working on a mobile app to help older adults recovering from total knee replacement. Another team is developing an

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