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Policy and Programs / Politiques et programmes
Friday, October 19, 2018 / Vendredi 19 octobre 2018, 11:15 - 12:45
Pavilion Ballroom ABC
P57 A Space for Change: Bringing Innovative Health and Aging Technologies from the Bench to Bedside and Beyond
Heather McNeil1, Heidi Sviestrup*2, Mylène Bastarache2, Alexandra Belliveau2, Daniele Caron2, Josephine McMurray1
1Wilfrid Laurier University, Canada, 2University of Ottawa, Canada
P58 “It just doesn't interest me the same way”: Older adults’ gendered perceptions of intelligent assistive devices
Heather McNeil1, Shreya Shaw1, Ann Marie2, Richard Booth2, Heidi Sveistrup*3, Josephine McMurray1
1Wilfrid Laurier University, Canada, 2Western University, Canada, 3University of Ottawa, Canada
P60 Living Legends - Celebrating Extraordinary People
Joan McHardy
Oxford University, UK
P61 "Voice of our Elders: How listening creates Better Innovation"
Rhonda Collins, Patricia Barbato, Nicole Dong*
AGEWELL, Canada
P62 Voice-assisted technologies to support people living with dementia and their care partners
Debra Sheets*, Stuart MacDonald, Mihai Sima, Marilyn Malone, Andre Smith, Sandra Hundza
University of Victoria, Canada
P63 MCI@work
Arlene ASTELL1,9, Louise NYGÅRD2, Anna MÄKI PETÄJÄ LEINONEN3, Ann-Charlotte NEDLUND4, Jennifer BOGER5, Sirkkaliisa HEINONEN6, Lena ROSENBERG2, Marjo YLHÄINEN3, Katja KARJALAINEN3, Anders KOTTORP7, Charlotta RYD8, Mervi ISSAKAINEN10, Parminder Flora*1
1University of Toronto, Canada, 2Karolinska Institut, Sweden, 3University of Eastern Finland, Finland, 4Linköping University, Sweden, 5University of Waterloo, Canada, 6The Age Institute, Finland, 7Malmö University, Sweden, 8Karolinska University Hospital, Sweden, 9Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health Sciences, Canada, 10University of Eastern Finland, Finland
P64 Facilitators and barriers to becoming age-friendly: A review
Verena Menec*, Cara Brown
University of Manitoba, Canada
LB39 From co-design to construction to community - age-friendly homes policy to practice
Jeanette Walters
Deaprtment of Health and wellbeing South Australia, Australia