Dr. Randy McIntosh presents Building and Interacting with The Virtual Brain
Group from Baycrest to join 500 guests at National Holocaust Remembrance Day in Ottawa
Speaking a tonal language (such as Cantonese) primes the brain for musical training
Legendary NHL greats lace up to fight Alzheimer's, support Baycrest
Baycrest earns highest ranking of "accreditation with exemplary standing" from Accreditation Canada.
Appointed as a Long-Term Care Home (LTCH) Centre of Learning, Research and Innovation by the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care.
Won the 2011 Change Maker Award from Neurological Health Charities Canada.
Ranked the best in the world for cognitive neuroscience in the area of memory and aging.
Insights into Aging 101
May 2, 9, 23, 30 and June 6
Clinical and Ethical Issues in Geriatric and Long-Term Care
Charitable Planning Update Breakfast Seminar
An eight-week program for adults, and their caregivers, diagnosed with Parkinson’s in the last three years, this program involves participatory discussion, education and specialized exercise sessions.
Experts blog the headlines
Counting Each Day by Making Each Day Count
Berman on the Brain
Cutting arts programs in schools will impact brain health!
Read Marc Berman in the Huffington Post
Why Players Stick it to Alzheimer's
Read Corinne Rusch-Drutz in the Huffington Post
Mind Your Mood
The Trickle-Down Effects of Depression
Read Dr. Nasreen Khatri in the Huffington Post
Baycrest creates a mobile tablet app for palliative patients. It's a shining example of innovations in eHealth.
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