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Changing the Narrative: Ending Ageism Together

Amaan Fazal

A short, easy guide to help keep ageism out of your writing. These guidelines for age-inclusive communications address: What is ageism and why should we care? Terminology to avoid and preferable terms Ageist imagery vs age-positive images Avoiding Ageist Storylines Read the guide.

Ageism in artificial intelligence for health

Amaan Fazal

The WHO policy brief Ageism in Artificial Intelligence for Health examines the use of artificial intelligence (AI) in medicine and public health for older people, including the conditions in which AI can exacerbate or introduce new forms of ageism. The brief presents legal, non-legal and technical m

Adult Vaccination in Canada - Cross-Country Report Card 2022

Amaan Fazal

Two years ago, no one could have predicted we’d be facing a global health crisis the likes of which hasn’t been witnessed in nearly a century.  When the first edition of this report card was released in Winter 2021 it was to create, for the first time, a clear and easily comparable snapshot of

Canadian Perspectives on the Financial Realities of Ageing in Place

Amaan Fazal

The COVID-19 pandemic has left most Canadians feeling concerned about the financial security and well-being of their families today and in the future. The level of worry is particularly acute for Canadians close to retiring or in early retirement.   A new report released by the National Institute o

CanAge- Dementia Resources

Amaan Fazal

Rates of dementia are increasing rapidly in Canada as our population ages. Unfortunately, just as common are false facts and misunderstandings about dementia–what it is, how to prevent it and how to best care for someone experiencing memory loss and other symptoms. To better educate people on dem

Changing Gears: Making a Plan for Retiring from Driving

Amaan Fazal

Driving plays an important role in accessing the places and people that are important in our daily life. For many, it provides a sense of independence and a feeling of competence. That’s why retiring from driving, whether voluntary or involuntary, can profoundly impact a person’s sense of self a

 Overcoming Digital Divides

Amaan Fazal

From March to June 2021, the Ryerson Leadership Lab, Brookfield Institute for Innovation + Entrepreneurship, First Nations Technology Council and Simon Fraser University’s Public Square, supported by title sponsor TELUS, co-presented Overcoming Digital Divides, a six-part workshop series that exp

A Dementia Strategy for Canada: Together We Achieve - 2021 Annual Report

Amaan Fazal

For many Canadians living with dementia and those supporting them, the past year has been exceptionally difficult.Footnote2 Prolonged periods of isolation resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic have contributed to mental health issues and caregiver stress. Social distancing and other public health re

Driving Canada's Leadership in AGETECH: 2020-2021 Annual Report

Amaan Fazal

Driving Canada’s Leadership in AgeTech, highlights recent activities and accomplishments from across the network. Find out how AGE-WELL is accelerating the delivery of technology-based solutions that benefit older adults and caregivers ‒ and generate economic returns for Canadians. In this rep


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