Toronto Rehab hosts aging and technology research network

AGE-WELL was launched this week as part of a larger announcement of funding for four new Networks of Centres of Excellence.

“AGE-WELL will use the world-class facilities at Toronto Rehab and Simon Fraser University and a strong research and industry partnership network across the country to establish Canada as a leader in designing and implementing technology that contributes significantly to the well-being of older people,” says Dr. Alex Mihailidis, Senior Scientist, Toronto Rehab and Joint Scientific Director, AGE-WELL.

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Dr. Alex Mihailidis (in photo) holds the Barbara G. Stymiest Chair in Rehabilitation Technology Research. Supporting the development of innovative technologies and modifications to the environment that help people with disabilities manage more effectively, this Chair was made possible by the generosity of our donors. 
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