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Impacting Scientific Breakthroughs in Neural Dynamics and Brain Health

In 2015, there were an estimated 46.8 million people worldwide living with dementia, and it has been
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Supporting Events that Drive Innovation

As a solution accelerator, the Canadian Centre for Aging and Brain Health Innovation (CC-ABHI) is
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Supporting Innovation at DementiaHack

Through this blog, the Canadian Centre for Aging and Brain Health Innovation (“CC-ABHI”) often discusses
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Canadian Centre for Aging and Brain Health Innovation hosts logo design challenge at OCAD University

The Canadian Centre for Aging and Brain Health Innovation (CC-ABHI) aims to connect global innovators
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CC-ABHI hosts Aging @ Home Design Sprint at Centennial College

As the population continues to age, there are increasing challenges to ensuring that the best
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CC-ABHI is ready to invest up to CAD $600,000 on YOUR aging and brain health innovation!

Apply Now! Are you a researcher or a clinician who has developed an innovative product, service
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CC-ABHI awards $1.4 million to point-of-care workers to support early-stage aging and brain health innovations

Groundbreaking. Inspiring.  Health Innovations. In September 2016, the Canadian Centre for Aging & Brain Health Innovation
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Join the Baycrest 2046 Challenge

Statistics indicate that the world’s aging population continues to grow rapidly. It begs the question:
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Become a Trial Partner to test aging and brain health innovations!

Is your organization interested in becoming a trial partner site to test the latest aging
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Art-On-The-Brain improves engagement and socialization in older adults

With the number of older adults in Canada expected to double to more than 10
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Three Emerging Trends and Innovations for the Aging and Brain Health Sector

The increasing size of older adults as a proportion of the global population means, amongst
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Baycrest’s online support group connects caregivers of dementia patients

It can be quite difficult for families and caregivers to witness the cognitive decline and
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Resources for Dementia Caregivers

Being a caregiver for somebody suffering from dementia can be an intimidating task.  Determining where
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3 Tips for people living with Alzheimer’s Disease

Living with Alzheimer’s disease can be made easier for patients if they can find ways
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I2P2 submissions: Industry is interested in aging

By the year 2041, it is expected that over 22% of Canada’s population (that is,
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Introducing CC-ABHI’s New Leadership Team

The Canadian Centre for Aging & Brain Health Innovation (CC-ABHI) is pleased to announce its
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The Urgency Tied to an Aging Population

On 8 December 2016, Ron Riesenbach, Managing Director of the Canadian Centre for Aging and
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The QOCA Home Hub Tablet: Connecting Older Adults to their Family and Caregivers

It is no secret that the world population is getting older. In fact, according to
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CC-ABHI is Sponsoring the SharpBrains Virtual Summit

The Canadian Centre for Aging and Brain Health Innovation (CC-ABHI) is proud to be a
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Goal Management Training helps to improve executive function in patients with brain disease

When an individual’s executive functions are not working properly, their ability to control their own
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