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Niagara (in the) Fall[s] – bits and pics 10/12

I had the chance to present some of my research at the Canadian Association on Gerontology’s annual Scientific Meeting. I’ve been attending this conference for 4+ years, and truly value the connections I’ve made through this organization. It’s so nice to see familiar faces year after year, and recognize all that my peers have accomplished! I was also excited because the… Read more »

Gerontologists and family on the East Coast

It’s been a whirlwind few weeks… I was at the WPC2013 in Montreal, the first week of October, and recently have been on the east coast for a couple conferences. The Canadian association on gerontology held their annual conference in Halifax… which, is close to family for me! I presented some PDF research on categorizing dementia caregiver stressors across neurodegenerative… Read more »

Chair Yoga

kaitlynroland   October 30, 2012   No Comments on Chair Yoga

Last week I wrote (albeit, briefly!) about my experiences at The Canadian Association on Gerontology annual meeting (check it out HERE!). What I didn’t talk about was the interesting ‘Chair Yoga’ session put on by Annette Wertman of Ageless Yoga. Annette is in the data analysis phase of her MA (at Simon Fraser University) examining “Yoga and the Older Adult: An exploration… Read more »

I do gerontology

last thursday i boarded an early morning ferry, and found myself on the mainland. – I had a big conference weekend ahead of me at The Canadian Association on Gerontology. The first day, I took a great student workshop on how to “market yourself in gerontology”. I love re-connecting with fellow students and seeing all the successes they’ve had over the… Read more »