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Can an Application Augment and Enhance Rehabilitation with Jonathan Rose and Nirtal Shah

Introduction Dr. Jonathan Rose, Professor at the Faculty of Applied Sciences and Engineering at the University of Toronto and Nirtal Shah, Physiotherapist at the Faculty of Kinesiology and Physical Education at the University of Toronto join the show to talk about their current research project and marketed applications on the use of mobile apps in […]

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Reminiscence Therapy for People Living with Dementia using Virtual Reality

Introduction Dr. Linda Duffett-Leger is an Associate Professor with the Faculty of Nursing at the University of Calgary and a user experience designer. She comes on the show today to talk about her current research project on the use of virtual reality in reminiscence therapy. We’re all aging, and everyone’s talking about it! Key Takeaways […]

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Socially Assistive Robotics and the Future of Aging, with Dr. Julie Robillard

Introduction Dr. Julie Robillard comes on the podcast to share the research she is currently doing on robots! With the support of AgeWell, Dr. Robillard’s team is leading the charge on cutting-edge robotics and their applications for aging adults; tune-in to hear what research is currently underway in the socially assistive robotics field. We’re all […]

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Goals vs. Needs: What Caregivers Want, a Recent Study

Introduction Doctor Myles Leslie and Doctor Janet Fast come on the podcast to share the findings of their most recent study and collaboration on caregiver goals. Tune in for an enlightening episode on the need to sometimes shift focus to gain a better perspective. We’re all aging, and everyone’s talking about it! Key Takeaways [:39] […]

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Polypharmacy and Deprescribing With Dr. Carole Goodine

Introduction Dr. Carole Goodine is the Clinical Pharmacy Manager at Dr. Everett Chalmers Hospital in Fredericton New-Brunswick and a research fellow in conjunction with AgeWell and the New-Brunswick Health Research Foundation. We’re all aging, and everyone’s talking about it! Key Takeaways [:39] Jenna introduces today’s guest, Dr. Carole Goodine, Clinical Pharmacy Manager at Dr. Everett […]

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Aging, Disability, and Technology Access With Dr. Rosalie Wang

Introduction Rosalie Wang, Ph.D., OT Reg. (Ont.) is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy, University of Toronto. She is an Affiliate Scientist at Toronto Rehabilitation Institute and a member of their AI and Robotics in Rehabilitation team. Dr. Wang’s research focuses on developing and implementing technology to enable daily […]

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Episode 6 – Quantifying Aging and the Use of Technologies, an Interview With Dr. Stephen Katz

Introduction Today we talk to Dr. Stephen Katz, Ph.D., a Professor (Emeritus) of Sociology, Distinguished Research Award winner, and founding member of the Trent Centre for Aging & Society, at Trent University, Peterborough, Canada. He is the author of several books, journal articles, book chapters, and media interviews on aging bodies, critical gerontology, biopolitics, cognitive […]

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Episode 5 – Lived realities of older women living in rural communities: insights from Dr. Olive Bryanton

Introduction Today we talk with Olive about aging in place and her recent Ph.D. on this very subject. Olive Bryanton recently completed her Ph.D. in Educational Studies at the University of Prince Edward Island. Her research was about women age 85 and older living in rural PEI with a focus on what supported or limited […]

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Episode 4 – Interview with Nancy Newall part 2!

This is Part 2 of the interview with Dr. Nancy Newall, Assistant Professor in the Psychology Department at Brandon University. Tune in to find out what research Nancy and her colleagues are doing from CLSA data as well as what she thinks the future holds in terms of technologies. We’re all aging, and everyone’s talking […]

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