Technology and Seniors: Stories that Resonate (Part 2)

Nova Scotia
Thu, Mar 18, 2021, 1:30 PM (ADT)

Nova Scotia

The March 18th webinar will feature Founder and CEO of Age Care Technology, Ian Philp, discussing the truly great initiatives ACT has undertaken. Ian will highlight the ACT Assessment Tool which is used around the world to provide insights into the overall wellbeing of seniors. This tool is currently being used in Nova Scotia both in the community and in a major project at a long-term care facility. Following this presentation, we will hear from 2 speakers who have been working in very different ways to assist seniors in aging well who will share their individual stories and insights based on real-world projects and experience. Both Glen Hougan and Tyler Brown have truly important stories to tell and information to share.

The mission of Aging2 Halifax is to help build Atlantic Canada into an Age-Friendly Community where all seniors irrespective of race, economic level, health or geographic location can thrive, flourish and enjoy living their lives to the fullest. To do this, Aging2 Halifax is launching a two pronged program combining a series of webinars which will provide information and tools to support seniors in aging well with a major initiative, the Living Lab which will support the development of new products and services to address the pressing needs of the rapidly growing seniors’ population.

Keynote Speakers

  • Dr. Ian Philip

    Dr. Ian Philip

    Age Care Technologies


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  • Glen Hougan

    Glen Hougan

    Nova Scotia College of Art and Design

    Professor of Design

    See Bio
  • Tyler Brown

    Tyler Brown

    Efficiency Nova Scotia

    Energy Auditor

    See Bio

Improving the lives of older adults around the world.

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