Take Back Aging: Power, Critique, and Imagination (Trent Aging 2019)

Trent Aging Conference 2019, May 28-31: promotional material

Session: Talking Back and Taking Back: Re-Imagining Age-Friendly Cities from
Intersections of Humanities and Social Sciences

Taking up Gender, Culture and Meaning: Moving the Needle on Age-Friendly
Tamara Daly, York University, Canada
Susan Braedley, Carleton University, Canada
Sally Chivers, Trent University, Canada

Session: Risk, Racialization, Gender and Sex: Embodying Qualities of Everyday Lives in Long-Term Care

Going “Public” with Sex and Sexuality in Long-Term Care
Tamara Daly, York University, Canada
Susan Braedley, Carleton University, Canada

Read the Book of Abstracts.

Volunteers’ experiences delivering a community-university chronic disease health awareness program for South-Asian older adults

Polly Ford-Jones and Tamara Daly. (October 20-22, 2016). Volunteers’ experiences delivering a community-university chronic disease health awareness program for South-Asian older adults. Canadian Association on Gerontology 45th Annual Scientific and Educational Meeting, Montreal, Quebec.

 

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Societal Impact of Frailty

(Oct 24, 2016), HRC Frailty Among the Aged in Canada. Parliament Hill, Ottawa, Canada.

Dr. Tamara Daly presented at the  “Frailty Among the Aged in Canada” event organized by Research Canada at Parliament Hill on Ottawa on Oct 24, 2016, which highlighted how frailty among older adults is a critical research and policy issue in Canada.  Representing the York University Centre for Aging Research and Education (YU-CARE) —  a research unit in York’s Faculty of Health —  Daly showcased the Centre’s research under the theme of the “societal impact of frailty”.  She discussed the importance of addressing diversity in aging.  See Research Canada’s website for more information on the event,  http://rc-rc.ca/hrc-frailty-among-aged-canada/