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Technology can help older adults remain safe, independent, and connected to their communities. With the decreasing ratio of caregivers, and care spaces to care recipients, aging at home is a priority. Various initiatives have established a framework for helpful home concepts, implemented a Health Tech Home, and selected and evaluated technologies that assist aging in place. These initiatives identified important learnings and developed new educational tools to simplify the use and adoption of technology for older adults. This webinar will provide an overview of these initiatives and provide attendees with takeaways they can implement within their own organizations.
Chris Carvalho is a health technology expert and consultant at Health Cities and has led multiple large scale digital health transformation initiatives over the past 15 years. He is currently engaged with clients across the country to assist in the implementation and adoption of digital health products within our healthcare system. Chris is currently leading the Health Tech Home Program for Health Cities, an economic development organization created to catalyze and accelerate innovation in the health sector in Canada.
Jenna Naylor graduated from the University of British Columbia in 2019 with a master’s degree in Health Leadership and Policy in Seniors Care. She is passionate about promoting innovation in seniors’ care and her goal is to create physical and social environments that support and foster the health of older adults with a diverse range of abilities.
As Director of Best Buy Health, Sara Aghvami leads a team committed to enrich Canadian lives through technology. In her role in, Sara develops strategies and business models through partnerships with academia, health care providers, senior living/living care organizations, clinicians, and researchers to drive positive benefits for consumers, businesses, and communities. With more than 25 years’ experience in retail and leadership, Sara is an expert in solutioning, technology commercialization, omnichannel logistics, service offerings, customer experience, and humanizing processes.
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