Conferences, Seminars & Workshops

CONFERENCES

  • Lauren Brooks-Cleator, & Sean Hillier, (2020) “Resistance, Resilience, and Relationship: Indigenous Older Adults and Aging in the City”. Indigenous Health Conference. University of Toronto Faculty of Medicine. Toronto, Canada.
  • Susan Braedley, (Feb 28,2020) Can We Talk? Learning from Digital Research Knowledge Sharing Social Work Research Day, Carleton University.
  • Tamara Daly & Susan Braedley, (June 25, 2019), Chairs, Thematic Panel Session B-2a: Age(ing in the) Friendly City: Global Guidelines / Diverse Realities, Transforming Care Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark.
  • Renate Ysseldyk, Susan Braedley, et al., (2018, July). Triple jeopardy: Caregiving challenges, cultural barriers, and precarious support among unpaid ethno-cultural caregivers in Ottawa. Paper and video presented at the 4th International Conference on Social Identity and Health, June, Lausanne, Switzerland.
  • Sally Chivers, (September 2019) “Old Friends: The Social Practices and Cultural Politics of Friendship in Late-Life Care.” Aging, Illness, and Care in Literary and Cultural Narratives Conference. University of Huddersfield, UK. Funded by the Japanese Society for the Promotion of Science. Based on our team research (Lecture)
  • Sally Chivers, (April 2019), “With friends like these? Ableism, Austerity, and the Trouble with Active Aging.” Opening Keynote lecture, A Celebration of Ageing: Active Ageing, Vibrant Communities. Interdisciplinary Aging Conference, University of Windsor.
  • Madeline Lamanna, MSc (C), Renate Ysseldyk, Tamara Daly & Emily McIntyre, MA, (May 2019), “The Association Between Social Inclusion and Well-being, Mental Health, and Physical Health for Diverse Older Adults: Secondary Data Analysis of the Canadian Longitudinal Study on Aging (CLSA)”, 2019 Annual Conference, Canadian Society of Epidemiology and Biostatics, Ottawa, Canada.
  • Tine Rostgaard, (June 24, 2019), “Changes in Nordic care work and their effects on work related problems for workers in long-term care”, Session A-20a: Transforming care work: Impact on working conditions and job quality, Transforming Care Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Gudmund Ågotnes & Frode Jacobsen, (June 24, 2019), “Privatization in the Norwegian and Swedish nursing home sector”, Session D-Symposium 4: Privatization: The Case of Nursing Homes, Transforming Care Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Tine Rostgaard, (June 25, 2019), “Targeting home care: new patterns of distribution and inequalities in Danish home care for older people”, Session A- 21a: Inequalities and care needs in old age, Transforming Care Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Tamara Daly & Susan Braedley, (June 25, 2019), Chairs, Thematic Panel Session B-2a: Age(ing in the) Friendly City: Global Guidelines / Diverse Realities, Transforming Care Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Albert Banerjee, (June 25, 2019), “Changing stories of self, changing priorities: turning to yoga to re-imagine aging”, Session B-2a: Age(ing in the) Friendly City: Global Guidelines / Diverse Realities, Transforming Care Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Albert Banerjee, Taylor, D., Stranz, A. and Wahl, A. (June 25, 2019). “Caring innovation: Listening to staff to improve care for older persons in nursing homes.” Transforming Care Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Susan Braedley & Karine Cote Boucher, (June 25, 2019), “Age-Friendly” for Whom? Bordering Older Immigrants”, Session B-2a: Age(ing in the) Friendly City: Global Guidelines / Diverse Realities, Transforming Care Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Tamara Daly, (June 25, 2019), “Traversing the Cityscape of Aging and Equity”, Session B-2a: Age(ing in the) Friendly City: Global Guidelines / Diverse Realities, Transforming Care Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Tine Rostgaard, (June 25, 2019), “Outcomes in community-dwelling frail older adults”, Session D- Symposium 3: Implementing reablement in home care – what are we talking about?, Transforming Care Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Mia Vabø, NOVA, (June 25, 2019), “The role of reablement in different institutional settings”, Session B-15: Changing Cultural Ideas and Care Policies across Welfare States and Policy Levels, Transforming Care Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Sally Chivers, (November 2018), “With friends like these? Ableism, Austerity, and the Trouble with Active Aging,” Keynote lecture, Inaugural Research Institute on Interdisciplinary Humanities: Uneven Distribution of Humanity. National Cheng Kung University, Tainan, Taiwan: Read more here:
  • Sally Chivers, (November 2018), “‘Your own guilty story’: ‘Forgetting Memory’ in David Chariandy’s Soucouyant,” Plenary lecture, Inaugural Research Institute on Interdisciplinary Humanities: Uneven Distribution of Humanity. National Cheng Kung University, Tainan, Taiwan: Read more here
  • Sally Chivers, (2018), “Some Age-Friendly Advice? Ableism, Austerity, and New Stories of ‘Active Aging’” Obama Institute for American Studies, University of Mainz, Germany: Read more here

SEMINARS

  • Gudmund Ågotnes, Sara Charlesworth & Martha MacDonald. (February 18, 2021). Ageing in Space: Creating communities for an ageing population.
  • Donna Baines & Dr. Renate Ysseldyk. (February 18, 2021). Identity and Social Location in Intersectional Age- Friendly Analysis.
  • Madeline Lamana. (Sept 24, 2020) Uncovering Social and Physical Barriers to Age-Friendly Transportation.
  • Kelsey Berg, Julia Brassolotto, & Lauren Brooks-Cleator, (May, 28 2020). Structures of Inclusivity.
  • Tamara Daly, & Sally Chivers, (April 23, 2020). Aging as a hot topic in a warming world.
  • Sienna Caspar, Sean Hillier, Marianna Rosa, & Anna Przednowek, (April 23, 2020). Trauma, Family Ties, and Aging.
  • Frank Wang, F. and Shu-Hua Kang, (April 2, 2020). The Comfort Woman in Taiwan.
  • Sally Chivers, (April 2, 2020). Aging Together and Apart: From the Pivot to the Pirouette.
  • Susan Braedley, Lauren Brooks-Cleator, & Christine Streeter, (February 27, 2020). Organizations of funding.
  • Tamara Daly, Sienna Caspar & Anna Przednowek, (November 21, 2019). Little things, Big Differences.
  • Sean Hillier, Lauren Brooks-Cleator, & Marianna Rosa, (November 21, 2019). Indigenous perspectives on Aging. 
  • Kate Laxer, & Frode Jacobsen, (October 24, 2019). Labour unions: Benefits and pensions- international comparisons.
  • Sean Hillier, & Deborah Young, (October 24, 2019). Colonial violence and aging.
  • Sienna Caspar, (September 27, 2018). Dementia Friendly/ Age Friendly.
  • Rachel Gorman, (September 27, 2018). Art, Activism Disability & Aging.
  • Sean Hillier, (October 25,2018). Indigenous aging in the city: a review for the City of Toronto. 
  • Sally Chivers, (October 25,2018). With friends like these’? Ageism, Ableism, and the Trouble with Active Aging.
  • Frank Wang, (November 22, 2018). From Dependent Client to Cultural Elder: Toona Tamu as a Site of Resistence for Taiwanese Indigenous Communities”.
  • Renate Ysseldyk, (January 24, 2019). Aging in Canada: What are the Statistics.
  • Kate Laxer & Sara Charlesworth, (April 2019). Undervalued and Invisible: Comparing the Paid Labour Force in Elder Care in Melbourne and Toronto.
  • Susan Braedley, & Karine Cote-Boucher, (February 28, 2019). Migration & Aging.
  • Donna Baines, (February 28, 2019). Resistance, Activism + Aged Care Workers/ Aging Workers.
  • Jaqueline Choiniere, & Martha McDonald, (March 28, 2019). Health Care and Aging.
  • Julia Brassolotto, & Albert Bannerjee, (March 28, 2019). Death Friendly Communities.
  • Jame Struthers, (April 25, 2019). Historical Practices of Age-Friendly Design.
  • Gudmund Agotnes, (May 23, 2019). Austerity and Prosperity – Poverty, Homelessness, Wealth and Aging.

WORKSHOPS

CATALYTIC ETHNOGRAPHY WORKSHOP, Presented by Tamara Daly. (January 27th, 2021).

Eng-AGING THE DATA TEAM WORKSHOP, Presented by Karine Côté-Boucher. (November 26th, 2020)