September 29, 2016 – 7- 8:30 p.m.
Prairie Oasis Senior Centre, 241-8th Street, Brandon, Manitoba

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Living in small urban centres and rural communities has its benefits and challenges for older adults. This Café Scientifique will address a few of the common challenges faced by older adults such as accessing health services for older couples, social isolation, and the experience of caregivers of people in late stages of dementia in different settings. We will discuss these challenges and how we can support older adults by making changes to public education, health care provision, programming, and policy development.

Come join the discussion!

Moderator

Dr. Michelle Porter
Director, Centre on Aging and Professor, Faculty of Kinesiology and Recreation Management, University of Manitoba

Panelists

Dr. Fran Racher
Professor, Department of Psychiatric Nursing, Faculty of Health Studies, Brandon University

Dr. Rachel Herron
Assistant Professor, Department of Geography, Faculty of Science, Brandon University

Dr. Nancy Newall
Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology, Faculty of Science, Brandon University