Join a unique virtual event on technology and aging
September 22, 2021
TORONTO – Join hundreds of people who have already registered for AgeTech Innovation Week, a unique virtual event for anyone with an interest in technology and aging, being held October 4-8, 2021. Hosted by AGE-WELL, this free event brings together stakeholders in industry, government, academia and non-profit organizations, future leaders, older adults, caregivers and many more committed to enhancing lives through technology.
Don’t miss out on highly engaging panels, workshops, networking opportunities and catalytic conversations that connect people and create change. You are invited to join any and all of the sessions, such as Emerging Leaders on Emerging Technologies, Transforming Long-Term Care and Creating Accessible Technologies.
Check out the amazing line-up with 50+ speakers, and the full program here.
Attendees at AgeTech Innovation Week will get to:
- Discover new technologies that can change the future of aging
- Connect with AgeTech experts from around the globe as they share insights on building the sector
- Tune in as thought leaders talk with veteran journalist Ron Charles in fascinating one-on-one interviews
- Hear CEOs open up about launching and growing their startups
- Dive into discussions about how technology can help people living with dementia, AgeTech in the Northern and rural context – and much more.
You will also have virtual front-row seats as entrepreneurs pitch their products, judges react and a winner is declared in the 2021 AGE-WELL National Impact Challenge.
Generous sponsors of AgeTech Innovation Week are: MEDTEQ+, Bereskin & Parr, Ontario Brain Institute, Centre for Aging + Brain Health Innovation, and Panasonic.
AGE-WELL NCE Inc. is Canada’s Technology and Aging Network. The pan-Canadian network brings together researchers, older adults, caregivers, partner organizations and future leaders to accelerate the delivery of technology-based solutions that make a meaningful difference in the lives of Canadians. AGE-WELL researchers are producing technologies, services, policies and practices that improve quality of life for older adults and caregivers and generate social and economic benefits for Canada. AGE-WELL is funded through the federal Networks of Centres of Excellence program. For more information, visit https://agewell-nce.ca/