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Aging, Disability and Technology (ADT): Understanding and Advancing Canadian Policies to Enhance Access to Assistive Technologies
Principal Investigator: Wang, Rosalie
Licenced Year(s): 2017
Summary: The focus of the Aging, Disability, and Technology (ADT) project is the ethical concern of equity in the availability and adoption of new technology -- the issue of fairness of access and distribution. ADT addresses the need for the implementation of the human rights of persons with technology needs in Canada, including people who are aging well, and people who are acquiring disability as they age...


A Study of the Change in Inuit Family Structures and Patterns regarding the Role and Status of Inuit Elderly in a Contemporary Inuit Community.
Principal Investigator: Hill, Steven G.
Licenced Year(s): 1987
Summary: To provide a ethnographic profile of the changes in Inuit family structure and patterning concomitant with an increase ib the number of aged family members; evaluate current patterns of behaviour, practices and attitudes of and toward Inuit elderly with emphasis on identifying the ways in which Inuit elderly are integrated into the current family setting....


Licence #2079
Principal Investigator: Fuller, W.
Licenced Year(s): 1977
Summary: Continued research into the habitat, population fluctuations, aging, size and growth of small mammals (Clethrionomys gapperi) in the subarctic....


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