Getting new technologies to people who need them

Oct 28 2017

(Français) Technology can support healthy aging in so many ways. But a complex health-care system coupled with an unclear path for approvals can make it a challenge to implement new technologies. “Our goal is to help AGE-WELL innovators and others doing similar work to more successfully navigate regulatory and approval processes to get their technologies

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AGE-WELL Network of Centres of Excellence and Canadian Centre for Elder Law link up to focus on issues related to research and elder law

Oct 18 2017

(Français) WINNIPEG, Oct. 18, 2017 – The Canadian Centre for Elder Law (CCEL) has been named a new AGE-WELL core facility in elder law. The announcement was made today in Winnipeg at AGE-WELL’s 3rd Annual Conference. AGE-WELL is a federally-funded pan-Canadian network driving research and innovation in the area of technology and aging. CCEL, established

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Canada’s Health Minister visits AGE-WELL and Toronto Rehab

Oct 3 2017

(Français) AGE-WELL NCE welcomed the Honourable Ginette Petitpas Taylor, Minister of Health, to its host facility the Toronto Rehabilitation Institute on October 2. Minister Petitpas Taylor met with researchers and trainees from AGE-WELL (Canada’s Technology and Aging Network) and Toronto Rehab. AGE-WELL Board Member Mimi Lowi-Young and Dr. Geoff Fernie, Research Institute Director at Toronto

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