Is a Social Gerontologist whose research interests include health and aging, dementia, relational care, health and social care policy, technology and aging, critical, and environmental gerontology. Elizabeth has a passion for positively impacting how we age and finding ways to foster health and well-being in later life. She has studied, taught, and worked across a range of settings—hospital, long-term care and in the community. These experiences provide a strong basis for her ongoing commitment to social care approaches that focus on abilities and create opportunities for innovation and growth. Her work seeks to support and build more inclusive communities that enable all members, including older adults and those who live with dementia, to thrive. Currently, Elizabeth is an Instructor in Aging and Gerontology at The Chang School, Ryerson University and a researcher and consultant for projects on environments of aging and health care education.
Memory Lane Home Living Inc. is an Alternative Living Residence in Richmond Hill providing Dementia Home Care & Respite Care Services for Women across Aurora, King City, Thornhill, Vaughan, Stouffville, Newmarket, Markham, Barrie, Orangeville, Bradford, and Toronto, Ontario.