We believe that aging is more. In everything we do, we challenge people to think differently about how we approach aging, how we approach care, how we approach innovation, how we approach the positive contributions elders can make to our rich cultural landscape. We want to make New Brunswick a better place in which to age healthy and live well. We want New Brunswick to be the place that gets aging RIGHT!

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Changing Care

Learn more about the innovative Therapeutic Activity Professionals' Course from the Atlantic Institute on Aging

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Only 3 Weeks left to register for Therapeutic Activity Professionals’ Course

A rapidly changing society and an ever-growing need to deliver services more efficiently and effectively has created the opportunity for long term care facilities in New Brunswick to respond proactively. Investing in therapeutic recreation activities can answer many of the questions and challenges facing long term care facilities. Find out how the Therapeutic Activity Professionals’ […]

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Episode 7 – Dr. Bill Cook

On an October morning, Adam  travelled to the Dr. Everett Chalmers Hospital. Fortunately, this visit to the Fredericton Hospital was not related to ill health- in fact, quite the opposite. The nature of this visit was to interview MindBody Medicine Practitioner, Dr. Bill Cook. MindBody Medicine offers a natural practice to relieve one’s self of […]

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Episode 4 – Dr. Deborah van den Hoonaard

Deborah van den Hoonaard welcomed us into her office on a bright, autumn afternoon. Her office is cozy, filled with books and family photographs. Open on her desk lay the Living Healthy, Aging Well report by the Premier’s Panel on Seniors. As a sociologist and professor in the Gerontology Department, Deborah is very passionate about exploring the […]

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Episode 3 – Ken McGeorge (Part II)

Be sure to listen to Part I of our conversation with Ken, available here. Ken McGeorge walked the approximate 100 meters from his office at York Care Centre, to the Atlantic Institute of Aging office. Despite Ken’s incredibly busy schedule, he talked with us for over an hour, which is the longest podcast interview thus […]

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Episode 3 – Ken McGeorge (Part I)

Ken McGeorge walked the approximate 100 meters from his office at York Care Centre, to the Atlantic Institute of Aging office. Despite Ken’s incredibly busy schedule, he talked with us for over an hour, which is the longest podcast interview thus far. After he left, everyone agreed that they could have continued talking with him […]

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Episode 2 – Marilyn Noble

Marilyn Noble herself as well as her home environment ooze creativity. Upon arriving at her home, which she graciously offered as the location for our interview, she gave us a tour. Her home is filled with her own and others’ artwork. She pointed out her digital photography and charcoal drawings adorning the walls. One particular […]

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