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AGE-WELL Epic Conference 2020 (8-Weeks, Every Tuesday & Thursday) 1:00 pm
AGE-WELL Epic Conference 2020 (8-Weeks, Every Tuesday & Thursday) @ Webinar
Jul 2 @ 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm
The “Supportive Homes & Communities” Challenge Area focuses on promoting independent living through appropriate supports and services, including the design of physical spaces and the use of technology within the environment. Chair: Frank Knoefel, Bruyère Research Institute Commenter: Sherry Baker, Vice-Chair, Older Adult and Caregiver Advisory Committee Oral Presentations: Live More SmarTech: Autonomy and independence through collaboration and technology Naomi Zingman Daniels, University of Toronto Smart home technology to support persons living with dementia who experience night-time wandering and their caregivers Laura Ault, Bruyère Research Institute Seniors’ perceptions of the robot Zahya Idrissi, University of Sherbrooke #AWepic2020 This conference is brought to you by Age-Well
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AGE-WELL Epic Conference 2020 (8-Weeks, Every Tuesday & Thursday) 1:00 pm
AGE-WELL Epic Conference 2020 (8-Weeks, Every Tuesday & Thursday) @ Webinar
Jul 7 @ 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm
The “Supportive Homes & Communities” Challenge Area focuses on promoting independent living through appropriate supports and services, including the design of physical spaces and the use of technology within the environment. Chair: Frank Knoefel, Bruyère Research Institute Commenter: Sherry Baker, Vice-Chair, Older Adult and Caregiver Advisory Committee Oral Presentations: Live More SmarTech: Autonomy and independence through collaboration and technology Naomi Zingman Daniels, University of Toronto Smart home technology to support persons living with dementia who experience night-time wandering and their caregivers Laura Ault, Bruyère Research Institute Seniors’ perceptions of the robot Zahya Idrissi, University of Sherbrooke #AWepic2020 This conference is brought to you by Age-Well
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AGE-WELL Epic Conference 2020 (8-Weeks, Every Tuesday & Thursday) 1:00 pm
AGE-WELL Epic Conference 2020 (8-Weeks, Every Tuesday & Thursday) @ Webinar
Jul 9 @ 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm
The “Supportive Homes & Communities” Challenge Area focuses on promoting independent living through appropriate supports and services, including the design of physical spaces and the use of technology within the environment. Chair: Frank Knoefel, Bruyère Research Institute Commenter: Sherry Baker, Vice-Chair, Older Adult and Caregiver Advisory Committee Oral Presentations: Live More SmarTech: Autonomy and independence through collaboration and technology Naomi Zingman Daniels, University of Toronto Smart home technology to support persons living with dementia who experience night-time wandering and their caregivers Laura Ault, Bruyère Research Institute Seniors’ perceptions of the robot Zahya Idrissi, University of Sherbrooke #AWepic2020 This conference is brought to you by Age-Well
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AGE-WELL Epic Conference 2020 (8-Weeks, Every Tuesday & Thursday) 1:00 pm
AGE-WELL Epic Conference 2020 (8-Weeks, Every Tuesday & Thursday) @ Webinar
Jul 14 @ 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm
The “Supportive Homes & Communities” Challenge Area focuses on promoting independent living through appropriate supports and services, including the design of physical spaces and the use of technology within the environment. Chair: Frank Knoefel, Bruyère Research Institute Commenter: Sherry Baker, Vice-Chair, Older Adult and Caregiver Advisory Committee Oral Presentations: Live More SmarTech: Autonomy and independence through collaboration and technology Naomi Zingman Daniels, University of Toronto Smart home technology to support persons living with dementia who experience night-time wandering and their caregivers Laura Ault, Bruyère Research Institute Seniors’ perceptions of the robot Zahya Idrissi, University of Sherbrooke #AWepic2020 This conference is brought to you by Age-Well
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AGE-WELL Epic Conference 2020 (8-Weeks, Every Tuesday & Thursday) 1:00 pm
AGE-WELL Epic Conference 2020 (8-Weeks, Every Tuesday & Thursday) @ Webinar
Jul 16 @ 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm
The “Supportive Homes & Communities” Challenge Area focuses on promoting independent living through appropriate supports and services, including the design of physical spaces and the use of technology within the environment. Chair: Frank Knoefel, Bruyère Research Institute Commenter: Sherry Baker, Vice-Chair, Older Adult and Caregiver Advisory Committee Oral Presentations: Live More SmarTech: Autonomy and independence through collaboration and technology Naomi Zingman Daniels, University of Toronto Smart home technology to support persons living with dementia who experience night-time wandering and their caregivers Laura Ault, Bruyère Research Institute Seniors’ perceptions of the robot Zahya Idrissi, University of Sherbrooke #AWepic2020 This conference is brought to you by Age-Well
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AGE-WELL Epic Conference 2020 (8-Weeks, Every Tuesday & Thursday) 1:00 pm
AGE-WELL Epic Conference 2020 (8-Weeks, Every Tuesday & Thursday) @ Webinar
Jul 21 @ 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm
The “Supportive Homes & Communities” Challenge Area focuses on promoting independent living through appropriate supports and services, including the design of physical spaces and the use of technology within the environment. Chair: Frank Knoefel, Bruyère Research Institute Commenter: Sherry Baker, Vice-Chair, Older Adult and Caregiver Advisory Committee Oral Presentations: Live More SmarTech: Autonomy and independence through collaboration and technology Naomi Zingman Daniels, University of Toronto Smart home technology to support persons living with dementia who experience night-time wandering and their caregivers Laura Ault, Bruyère Research Institute Seniors’ perceptions of the robot Zahya Idrissi, University of Sherbrooke #AWepic2020 This conference is brought to you by Age-Well
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Ageism’s Influence: How Older People are Viewed & How They View Themselves 12:00 pm
Ageism’s Influence: How Older People are Viewed & How They View Themselves @ Webinar
Jul 28 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
In this webinar, we will discuss age stereotypes and ageism from a number of perspectives. First, we will review how ageist portrayals of older people permeate the media. Second, we will present the content of age stereotypes and discuss how they lead to ageist behavior and how this can affect how older people view themselves. Last, we will touch upon implications for how people living with dementia are likely stigmatized and also suggest ways to mitigate age stereotypes and ageist behaviour. This integrated KTE webinar event is brought to you by brainXchange in partnership with the Alzheimer Society of Canada and the Canadian Consortium on Neurodegeneration in Aging (CCNA).
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