In this session, learn about an innovative screening tool for Alzheimer’s disease, how a music program brings joy and meaning to participants living with dementia, and how technology is being considered in new national long-term care standards.
For World Alzheimer’s Month, join us for an exciting webinar on a new startup that is making the world more accessible for people with a range of cognitive abilities.
This presentation is to enlighten the audience on early diagnosis of dementia, on how to do it, why we should do it with an overview of ‘Dementia’ as a medical condition that needs a timely diagnosis and management strategies.
Please join us for a presentation led by Dr. Michael Jackson from the University of Manitoba. Dr. Jackson is an ASRP Biomedical Grant recipient and his project is titled: "Identifying perspective therapeutic targets in Alzheimer's disease: Understanding the cascading affects of cellular deterioration".
Dr. Susan Phillips, School of Public Policy & Administration, Carleton University, Join Bob Wyatt, Executive Director, The Muttart Foundation, in conversation with Liz Weaver, Co-CEO, Tamarack Institute. The trio will discuss the unique roots and history of Canada’s charitable sector and how this history shaped the current state of the sector.
AgeTech Innovation Week is a unique virtual event for anyone with an interest in technology-based solutions that support older adults and caregivers.
Addressing migration as a complex research field, this symposium discusses manifold dimensions within this paradigm in order to critically reflect on the intersection of age, care, and migration.
This 3-day event is split into themed morning sessions: The Need: Older Adults with Complex & Chronic Health Conditions Including Frailty; The Innovation: Integrated Care in Action; and The Transformation: Post-COVID Support and Recovery. This conference will offer participants actionable strategies, new connections and a path toward transformative care.
The Ontario Long Term Care Association’s annual This is Long Term Care conference profiles change-makers, thought leaders, and emerging sector research in a unique forum designed for learning, networking, and information sharing.
This session engages and empowers participants who are or may become caregivers, guided by expert advice on coping strategies, how to connect with supports, provide care and care for themselves along the way.