older adults, Sheridan Elder Research Centre
Testing and evaluating a novel community-based delivery method for cognitive training software – setting up 'brain gyms' in the community. These have the potential to not only improve the cognitive health of older adults (and in fact, adults of all ages), but also to provide access to specialized software to people who otherwise would not have the opportunity.
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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
Tsotsos, L. E., & Owsik, M. (2013). The ‘brain gym’ approach: Testing and validating a brain training model for older adults. Oakville: Sheridan Elder Research Centre (SERC).
Owsik, Marta; Fanni, Frieda; Spadafora, Pat; and Tsotsos, Lia E., "The ‘Brain Gym’ Approach: Testing and Validating a Brain Training Model for Older Adults" (2013). Centre Publications and Scholarship. 28.