MARK YOUR CALENDARS AND PLAN TO JOIN 300+ HEALTHCARE LEADERS!
October 26, 2022
INNOVATING IDEAS for the Ageing, Independent & Long-Term Care and Brain Health sectors
We are very excited and pleased to welcome the Nova Scotia Dept of Seniors and Long-Term Care and the NS Dept of Health’s Innovation Hub as Title partners of IC2022.
This year’s “in-person” one day event will showcase innovative solutions for home & health care, aging, senior, mobility, independent care and brain health.
The latest innovative ideas & technologies along with best practices from across Canada and beyond will be introduced, mark your calendars.
Why Attend IC2022
Mark your calendars to join health & home care professionals, seniors, residents, government agencies and stakeholders to hear and learn from timely and “thought provoking” keynotes and interactive roundtables featuring the latest in innovative care solutions. The focus is on independence for those who require care at home, at a homecare facility or within the health care system. It sets the stage for frontline healthcare providers, government depts and technology-solution providers along with startups, investors and major innovators like Google, Amazon, Oculus, Telus Health, and others to come together in a “think tank” setting to discuss challenges, innovations, solutions and partnerships.
Last year’s Innovate Care hosted over 350 attendees from the following sectors, ensuring you’ll be in good company with an expected 400+ attendees in 2022 from across Canada.
- Healthcare professionals
- Homecare providers and management
- Seniors, residents, persons with mobility impairments
- Service providers and professionals
- Technology/service providers
- Researchers, educators
- Families of seniors
- Startups, researchers, innovators and investors
What Attendees are Saying?
“Thank you. That was the best workshop that I have ever attended. I have been a Social Worker for 29 years and I hope to retire next year and start another career in Seniors’ Care Planning. I have worked in Geriatric Psychiatry the last 8 years mostly with people with dementia. There is so much that I have learned at this conference that I will share with my employer Eastern Health in the hopes that it will be implemented to improve care for seniors requiring services. Thank you so much again, it was awesome!!!!”