Current and Future Technology Solutions for Seniors, Topic from UNBC CTAAN Online Panel Caregivers October 6 – Prince George Daily News
As part of AgeTech Innovation Week, UNBC’s Center for Technology Adoption for Aging in the North (CTAAN) is hosting a free, public online discussion on current and future technology solutions for older adults and their families. caregivers.
Moderated by CTAAN Academic Director Dr Shannon Freeman and CTAAN Director Dr Richard McAloney, the one-hour roundtable titled AgeTech in the Northern and Rural Context will feature discussions on the unique characteristics of aging in communities. northern and rural.
Panelists including Dawn Hemingway, Associate Professor of Social Work at UNBC, Lola-Dawn Fennell, Executive Director of the Prince George Council of Seniors, Northern Health Executive Lead, Aaron Bond, Elder Program, and Wilma Hartnagel, retired teacher , discuss the strengths and challenges that affect older people. ” ability to achieve a high quality of life, to age in place, and to access necessary health services and supports. They will provide practical examples and tangible strategies that illustrate how partnerships pave the way for the selection and implementation of AgeTech in northern and rural communities.
AgeTech Innovation Week takes place October 4-8 and is hosted by Aging Gracefully in all environments using technology to support well-being, engagement and long life NCE Inc. (AGING WELL). All events, including the CTAAN panel, are free and open to anyone interested in the link between technology and aging. Registration is required.