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Prof. Kim Sawchuk receives engAGE new Syns Award

The award funds research on virtual reading materials older adults who are living in long-term term care

Congratuations to Professor Kim Sawchuk, who was awarded an engAGE New Syns Award, for the project, Reading, Virtually-Speaking: Pilot Interviews with Older Adults in Long-term Care.

The award will fund a project that brings together members of the ACTLab to work with RECLAIM to create and pilot a research tool to investigate what types of digitized or virtual reading materials older adults who are living in long-term term care, such as CHSLDs, would like to access and on what types of devices.

RECLAIM is a not-for profit located in Verdun. They provide literacy training and access to reading materials to older adults.

Learn more about the New Syns Award.




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