Toronto to Participate in Aging2.0’s #30in30in30 Challenge to host 30 Startup Pitch Events in 30 Cities in 30 Days

Sep 08 2015

Local startups focused on innovation and aging are invited to pitch for an opportunity to present at the Aging2.0 Expo Toronto — August 28, 2015 — Aging2.0, the global innovation platform for aging and senior care, is partnering with local Toronto event planners for its new #30in30in30 initiative. This globally distributed program of events, in

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SFU project aims to put controllers in hands of seniors

Aug 27 2015

From: By Patrick Colvin Wednesday, August 19, 2015 5:09:28 PDT PM Pass the controller and move aside children — it’s time for grandma and grandpa to play. A Simon Fraser University project that received funding on Aug. 18 as part of the AGE-WELL national research network is looking to research, create, and commercialize digital gaming

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Aug 27 2015

From: Special Issue of the Canadian Journal of Communication Guest Editors: Houssein Charmarkeh and Martine Lagacé Information and communication technologies (ICT) are ubiquitous and omnipresent in our society. They shape the way we live, work and interact. However, all members of society do not enjoy equal access to the opportunities offered by this “information society”

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Can playing video games help seniors age better?

Aug 26 2015

From: A new research project launched by Simon Fraser University is exploring how seniors might benefit from playing video games. Andrew Sixsmith is a professor of gerontology and the scientific director of Age Well, a national research network looking at technology and aging. “We need to make the devices easier to use for people and

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