Category Archives: longevity 21st Century

AGE-WELL National Impact Challenge Finale!

In Vancouver last week the AGE-WELL National Impact Challenge came to a finale with the live pitch portion in this Canada-wide competition. #AWImpact was created to encourage new and unique technology-based solutions to benefit the lives of older Canadians and their caregivers. This was a crowning moment at the 4th annual AGE-WELL conference at the

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Celebrating One Longevity Market. Brain Health & Aging.

A Longevity Economy is, (as Joseph Coughlin underscores in his book by that title from last year), largely a “most misunderstood market”. Even prior to Coughlin’s book, five years ago in 2013, the AARP in collaboration with the consulting organization Oxford Economics laid it all out releasing their first Longevity Economy Report (with mainly USA-specific

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IFA 2018 Conference. Towards a Decade of Healthy Ageing, Last Reflections

#ifaTO2018 One thing I anticipate when attending a professional event such as the International Federation on Ageing (IFA) 14th conference some six weeks ago, is to take in presentations with an eye and ear open for a study in contrasts. This works either in the same presentation or between several sessions over three days, either

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AGE-WELL National Impact Challenge. 4 Days to Go – my Vote is in!

#AWImpact Only four days left to August 17th, to cast your vote for the AGE-WELL National Impact Challenge, a contest to encourage new and unique technology-based solutions that can benefit the lives of older Canadians and their caregivers. There are about 60 entries on the AGE-WELL website with short video pitches to watch. You can

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