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Research Areas: Immigrant women and their perceived mental health; unmasking social stigmas and taboos related to immigrant elderly Punjabi women in Canada; social determinants of health.
Research Areas: Longterm disability; social participation; environmental gerontology; accessibility; health and aging.
Research Areas: Exploring the delivery of person-centred care to ethnocultural minority seniors in long-term care settings.
Research Areas: Barriers and facilitators of care access and system navigation for older adults living without familial or informal support; overcoming social isolation and loneliness in later life; overcoming health inequity through community and systems-level approaches.
Research Areas: Community-based integrated care; informal and formal caregiving; continuity of care; healthy aging; older adults with complex needs; multimorbidity; healthcare service research.
Research Areas: Generativity (desire among individuals to help and teach the next generation) and formal and informal activities; cultural generativity; impact of COVID-19 and volunteering.
Research Areas: Architectural design; environmental gerontology; therapeutic environments for mental health; design for dementia; age-friendly and dementia-friendly neighbourhood planning and design; qualitative methods; mixed methods; visual methods; particapatory action research.
Research Areas: Grief, death and dying; families and carework; communication technologies as care.
Research Areas: Dementia care; long term care; person-centred approach; meaningful engagement.
Research Areas: Resilience; social support; widowhood; partner loss; equity deserving groups; LGTBQ2S+ older adults; mental health.
Research Areas: The transition and integration processes from one's home to Long Term Care.
Research Areas: Environmental Gerontology with a focus on health-promotive neighbourhoods for older adults.
Research Areas: The lack of cultural humility in Long Term Care that has detrimental impact on Racialized and immigrant older adults.
Research Areas: Age segregation; generational divide; intergenerational relationships/connections; lived experiences of older adults who partake in intergenerational opportunities; quality of life; CER (Community Engaged Research).
Research Areas: Holistic support for staff in long-term care; creative ways to engage older adults with dementia from the community to end-of-life care.
Research Areas: Age-friendly cities; walkable built environment; public space accessibility for older people and people living with different kinds of disabilities; CER (community engaged research); urban co-design.
Research Areas: The lived experiences and teachings of persons living with dementia and their care partners, caregivers, families, and chosen families; person-centred care; end-of-life, hospice, and palliative care; systemic issues in long-term care; substance use and mental illness in the older adult population.