Tech company to participate in innovation partnership program
LifeAssist Technologies Inc. has been selected by the Centre for Aging + Brain Health Innovation to participate in the Industry Innovation Partnership Program (I2P2).
I2P2 “seeks to connect companies who have innovative aging and brain health products/services that are at an advanced stage of development, with healthcare institutions who are seeking solutions to challenging issues in aging and brain health,” LifeAssist said.
LifeAssist will be partnering with two noted healthcare providers: Toronto Central Local Health Integration Network and Baycrest Health Sciences during the program. The company's Circura and Rosie technology are meant to enable care connections.
“We are very happy to be an I2P2 partner with LifeAssist,” says Dr. Anna Ballon, Executive Director, Residential Living and Community Programs, Baycrest. “This I2P2 project will enhance care and connectivity across senior-friendly communities and specialized programs.”