Learn how the City of Waterloo can foster healthy and active aging across the spectrum of ages from youth to seniors.
Computer vision systems can play a role in providing care to individuals living with physical or cognitive disability. In this talk, Babak Taati will first briefly review vision-based systems to provide assistance to older adults with dementia and to assist with usability studies for this population.
Donald gave a 45-minute presentation about his own aging-focused research, and discussed experiences and difficulties that arose during three of his research projects. Donald focused in particular on research with individuals with traumatic brain injury and frontal lobe focal damage.
He also discussed the OBI, which he describes as a system response to maximize value from human research, both applied and theoretical. Donald answered audience questions following his presentation.
Finding solutions to nutritional vulnerability in older adults
If you missed the presentation, you can watch the video online.
Join Professor Heather Keller as she discusses the Making the Most of Mealtimes and More-2-Eat projects as a response to the common issue of poor food intake in older adults. Opening remarks will be made by University of Waterloo President Feridun Hamdullahpur.
Register for a free TVN webinar: Rehabilitation for the frail elderly: models of care and quality indicators (Final results of TVN Knowledge Synthesis Grant) -- Lora Giangregorio, PhD and Caitlin McArthur (MScPT, PhD student), University of Waterloo.
The University of Waterloo and Grand River Hospital (GRH) have agreed to further develop their partnership and embark on promoting collaborative research under a joint research agenda.
This year's Ziva Kunda Memorial Lecture Are Older Adults More Susceptible to Consumer Fraud? will be presented by Michael Ross, PhD, Distinguished Professor Emeritus.
Reception to follow in the PAS Lounge.
Clinical ethicist, Hazel Harkwell, PhD, and local palliative care specialist, Dr. Donna Ward, discuss the complexity of end-of-life care.