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Join Aging2.0 Toronto for a fireside chat as we explore three platforms for older adults, organizations and researchers. Learn how to spark innovation by working together.
1) Leap by CABHI -- An online global platform of older adults and caregivers where social connections happen and a place to co-design and test innovations. Launched March 2021.
Guest: Shusmita Rashid, Senior Manager Knowledge Translation, CABHI
2) Healthy Aging CORE Canada – A national knowledge hub connecting agencies that support and advance independent living for older adults. Launched April 2021.
Guest: Barb McMillan, Provincial Coordinator, Population Health, United Way of Lower Mainland
3) KITE (Knowledge, Innovation, Talent and Everywhere) – A top ranked rehabilitation research institute dedicated to improving the lives of people living with the effects of disability, illness and aging.
Guest: Dr. Milos Popovic, Institute Director, UHN-KITE
Over the past 20 years, Zannat has helped organizations strategize and create memorable food & health content that inspires, educates and empowers people to live their best life.
She also works with health organizations to translate complex scientific information into plain language and actionable advice. This includes website development and content for multi-platform channels, including digital and social media. Zannat has a knack for harnessing the power of insights to create communications that resonate with various audiences.
Zannat appears regularly on CBC News Network and Breakfast Television Toronto, and is often quoted in print media, such as the Toronto Star and other publications through the Canadian Press. Using her extensive media contacts, she helps organizations be discovered through traditional and social media.
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