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The AIRP Project evaluates innovative solutions to support older people who are experiencing homelessness and is aimed at building capacity and knowledge to bridge the gaps between research and practice and promote policies that are proven to support aging in the right place for older people.
The DemSCAPE Project is an interdisciplinary community-based research project that engages people living with dementia and their care partners in Metro Vancouver and Prince George to discover what barriers exist in the built environment and what improvements can be made through guidelines for dementia-inclusive communities that can be used by policymakers, decision-makers, and the public.
The GRC serves as a focal point for research, education, and information on individual and population aging and maintains an active publications program to promote utilization of existing knowledge.
Precision Mental Health (PMH) is a transdisciplinary team of researchers whose mission is to apply a stakeholder-informed, evidence-based, data-driven, and tech-enabled approach to identifying and supporting the mental health of individuals across the course of life in Canada and globally.
The STAR Institute supports the development and implementation of technologies to address many of the health challenges encountered in old age, as well as address the social, commercial and policy aspects of using and accessing technologies.