This project seeks to develop and validate the benefits and effects of personalized music with residents living in Long Term Care (LTC) across Ontario. A personalized playlist benefits residents in terms of increased mobility, increased opportunities for socialization and increased feelings of self-worth.
Biochemical and Functional Evaluation of A Low Cost Energy Storage and Return Orthosis
The objective of phase 1 is to test a new thermoplastic custom reinforced ankle-foot orthosis using kinematic and kinetic gait analysis on a convenience sample of 9 ambulatory (GMFSC levels I through III) children and/or adolescent individuals with cerebral palsy (with hemiplegia).
Review, development and evaluation of content for the Colleaga platform
Students from George Brown College’s School of Health and Wellness will work under the guidance of Barb Pimento, M.H. Sc. – Health Promotion Specialist within GBC’S School of Health Sciences – to review research articles and case studies provided by the Praxia team regarding how to improve the delivery of healthcare.