Issue #13: Innovation
Canada needs to invest in innovation focused on the digital provision of health and social supports, particularly in the time of COVID-19. Advances are required in research, innovation, education, and knowledge mobilization on aging.
Recommendation #42: Sustain Canada’s 3 Networks of Centres of Excellence in Aging
Support Canada’s three networks of Centres of Excellence in the field of aging beyond the end of the 2023 planned phase-out of the NCE program.
Recommendation #43: Technology
Invest in age-friendly technology, startups, incubators, and commercialization of research to produce products and services in the health and consumer markets that are accessible, scalable, fast-to-market, and build capacity in Canada’s AgeTech sector.
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