The Canadian Centre for Aging and Brain Health Innovation
is reinventing the way we grow older.

The Canadian Centre for Aging and Brain Health Innovation at Baycrest Health Sciences is a unique collaboration of health care, science, industry, not-for-profit and government partners whose aim is to help older adults age safely in the setting of their choice for as long as possible.

This first-of-its-kind partnership tests and validates innovations in real-world settings, and drives adoption of proven products, services and processes that meet the needs of our aging population.

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Join the Webinar: How to submit a successful proposal to CC-ABHI’s Spark Program

Do you have an idea or solution that could improve brain health or quality of
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Up to $500,000 in Funding is Available through CC-ABHI’s Spark Program!

We are proud to announce that CC-ABHI is launching the Spark Program, which will be
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Launchpad Studio Opened June 21st

Launchpad Studio Opened June 21st. Read our most recent post for more information!

Promoting Israeli Healthcare Innovations in North America

CC-ABHI and the Office of the Chief Scientist of the economy of Israel will collaborate in the field of aging and brain health solutions, toward the launch of new programs that will bring Israeli innovations in seniors care to Baycrest and other CC-ABHI affiliate organizations
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If you build it…make sure they can use it

Working with one of the world's largest computer manufacturers, we are testing an innovative cloud-based technology for seniors and their caregivers and families.
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Aging 2.0

As an Aging 2.0 alliance partner, we're part of a community designing solutions to improve the lives of older adults.
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Spend more time on the problem

Some of the more relevant solutions presented were from the teams that had spent months working with seniors care organizations or who had a clinician on the team.
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Too many birthdays

Too many birthdays? Your age is the best predictor of your chance of developing Alzheimer's.
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Dementia Hack

DementiaHack brought together 350+ participants focused on developing tools and solutions for people with dementia.

Heavy lifting

Creating a solid foundation and corporate framework requires heavy lifting.

The CC-ABHI Spark Program

The CC-ABHI Spark Program is a new initiative that will provide up to $50,000 in funding per project in support of grassroots ideas that will help improve brain health or the quality of life for older adults.  Learn more.


Cogniciti Brain Health Assessment

Do you ever wonder, “Is my memory normal or should I see my doctor?” Cogniciti’s Brain Health Assessment is free, private, and clinically researched by Baycrest, an international leader in memory and aging.

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