Tracking the brain health of retired pro hockey players
Tracking the brain health of retired pro hockey players

Researchers found that hockey alumni were free from significant brain impairment, but reported a high level of emotional, behavioural and cognitive challenges.

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Road to Connection: arts-based lifeline for caregivers of people with dementia
Road to Connection: arts-based lifeline for caregivers of people with dementia

Providing an emotionally focused psychosocial group intervention for the spouses of people with dementia.

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Pilot program succeeds in reducing stressful emergency department visits
Pilot program succeeds in reducing stressful emergency department visits

Emergency department transfers at Baycrest fell from 21.5 visits/100 residents a year ago to 18.8 visits/100 residents.

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Glee Club, Seniors, Older Adults, Baycrest, Singing, Couple, hits, Elvis, SinatraThe halls at Baycrest are alive with the sound of music
The halls at Baycrest are alive with the sound of music

Featuring songs from the 1950s and 1960s, Buddy’s Glee Clubs have been a part of life at Baycrest for the past six years.

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Laser walker, robotic exoskeleton improve mobility
Laser walker, robotic exoskeleton improve mobility

Drawing on the strength of an expert interprofessional team, the Jeff and Diane Ross Movement Disorders Clinic helps thousands.

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Cogniciti plays central role in pharma’s fight against dementia
Cogniciti plays central role in pharma’s fight against dementia

Cogniciti poised to reshape clinical research trials across Canada and the U.S.

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A Canadian first: community-based affordable hearing care
A Canadian first: community-based affordable hearing care

Baycrest Audiology aims to help older adults with hearing loss who have not previously sought help.

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Funding helps Baycrest scientists pursue new brain health research
Funding helps Baycrest scientists pursue new brain health research

Researchers strive to improve brain health care and revolutionize aging.

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Scientists recognized for excellence nationally and internationally
Scientists recognized for excellence nationally and internationally

Honours include Order of Canada, Early Career Researcher award.

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Scientists discover link between what we see and how we remember
Scientists discover link between what we see and how we remember

Recent finding bolsters case for using eye-tracking technology to evaluate memory problems.

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New communication test provides early indicator of dementia
New communication test provides early indicator of dementia

Study suggests older adults should remain vigilant of hearing and communication problems.

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Groundbreaking work predicts how epilepsy seizures start
Groundbreaking work predicts how epilepsy seizures start

The Virtual Brain is one step closer to being used by doctors to provide personalized treatments.

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First clinically-validated, online brain health workshop
First clinically-validated, online brain health workshop

Workshop to boost memory will be available to older adults everywhere.

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Uncovering the impact of volunteer visits on thinking skills
Uncovering the impact of volunteer visits on thinking skills

Baycrest scientists and clinicians explore how volunteer visits could benefit older adults with dementia.

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Baycrest launches first Canadian Brain Health Food Guide
Baycrest launches first Canadian Brain Health Food Guide

The Brain Health Food Guide will help adults 50+ preserve their thinking and memory skills.

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