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InsideToronto.com published a May 3 story highlighting the 2017 Scotiabank Pro-Am for Alzheimer’s in Support of Baycrest. It features comments from Baycrest Foundation President & CEO, Josh Cooper, as well as from players. Read the article here.
A May 1 column on the World Economic Forum’s news site references the Canadian Centre for Aging and Brain Health Innovation (CC-ABHI) alongside other organizations and leaders trying to improve brain health, including Tesla founder, Elon Musk. Read the full story here.
The Toronto Star published its bi-weekly column – Caregiver SOS – on May 1, written by Baycrest Occupational Therapist Nira Rittenberg, titled “Doctor’s visits require a well-made plan.” Read her column here.
An April 27 story in the Peoria Journal Star shared with its Illinois readership news of Baycrest’s recent publication of the first Brain Health Food Guide. Read the full article here.
CBC’s The National broadcast an April 26 report titled “Smooth Moves for Seniors” that features a partnership between Baycrest, the National Ballet School of Canada and Trent University on a new program that will teach ballet to seniors. Watch the online report here.
The Toronto Star published an Op/Ed on April 25 discussing the results of the first phase of Baycrest’s longitudinal study on the impact of concussions on retired professional hockey players. Read the column here.
Metro News published an April 23 story on a Rotman Research Institute study that looks into the long-term impact of concussions on retired hockey players. Baycrest Senior Scientist – and study lead – Dr. Brian Levine comments on the results. Read the article here.
An April 18 story on the Radio Canada International website looks at the latest results from a study conducted at Baycrest’s Rotman Research Institute looking at the effects of concussions on retired professional hockey players. The report features comments from Baycrest Senior Scientist – and study lead – Dr. Brian Levine. Read the full report
The Toronto Star published its bi-weekly column – Caregiver SOS – on April 17, written by Baycrest Occupational Therapist Nira Rittenberg, titled “Dementia can mean dealing with delusions.” Read her column here.