older adults, Sheridan Elder Research Centre
The Sheridan Centre for Elder Research has been conducting applied research that explores ways to support older adults through technology for over a decade. This talk provided a retrospective look at that body of work, highlighting the lessons learned about implementing technology-based solutions with community groups, industry partners and older adults of varying physical and cognitive abilities. There was also be a discussion of the ways the Centre plans to build on its past success and leverage upcoming technological advances to continue to improve the quality of life of older adults.
Peer Reviewed/Refereed Publication
This work was funded by a contribution from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC).
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Original Publication Citation
Spadafora, P., & Tsotsos, L. (2015). iAging: Optimizing health, design and well being for older adults using technology. Oakville: Sheridan Elder Research Centre (SERC).
Spadafora, Pat and Tsotsos, Lia, "iAging: Optimizing Health, Design and Well Being for Older Adults Using Technology" (2015). Publications and Scholarship. 27.
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