Tag Archives: older adults and caregivers

AGE-WELL – Start-up Challenge Update 2019

As I attend the AGE-WELL third webinar today, titled Building an Innovation Hub: A Case Study, it is timely also to mention that last week the finalists were announced for the AGE-WELL National Impact Challenge: Start-up Edition. Like last year’s technology design challenge, this acknowledges and awards companies working on technology-based solutions that can make

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AGE-WELL 2019 Webinar 2 Report.

How AGE-WELL Technology is Changing Homes of the Future & Promoting Independence for All Technology and aging. How will it support “the rising tide of caregiving for older adults, and in this case in the home environment?” That is how Dr. Alex Mihailidis, Scientific Director at AGE-WELL, set up the opening of last week’s second

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Pitching for 2020. AGE-WELL that Ends Well!

  Following the narrative for AGE-WELL, Canada’s technology and aging network since 2015, it is pitching for 2020-2023, the next phase in their mandate to support older adults and caregivers in Canada and achieving social and economic impact. Actually as I view it, AGE-WELL began their wind-up for this big pitch last year with what

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AGE-WELL 2019 Webinar 1 Report. Involving End-Users in All Stages of Research.

 As a consistent and enthusiastic follower of AGE-WELL – Canada’s technology and aging network since its beginning, I took the opportunity to sit in on their first 2019 webinar this afternoon. I like to keep informed of their success story, which also helps me further explain to others, who are largely unaware, what innovative activities

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Technology & Aging Research: AGE-WELL Webinar Series 2019

AGE-WELL Canada’s technology and aging network is fast approaching the end of its first five-year mandate in 2020. I say first five years because, based on its outstanding record of sponsoring innovative technology-based research projects to help older adults and caregivers, and its outreach to Canadian entrepreneurs in technology design with such programs as the

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