Going missing in the community: Exploring strategies to reduce the risks of getting lost among persons living with dementia

Dr. Noelannah Neubauer

The number of missing persons living with dementia is rising and will continue to increase as our population ages. Attendees will learn about low and high tech assistive technologies that promote safe wandering while allowing a level of autonomy, independence and safety.

This 30 minute webinar will go live on January 20, 2022 at 4:00pm EST.

After registering in the course, the recording will be available to watch on demand for 6 weeks.


Postdoctoral Fellow

Dr. Noelannah Neubauer

Dr. Neubauer is a Postdoctoral Fellow with the Aging and Innovation Research Program, led by Dr. Lili Liu at the University of Waterloo. She specializes in multi-method and community-based research methods, and their application with older adults and persons living with dementia. Her research interests include dementia, wayfinding, assistive technologies, policy and aging in place. She is the co-founder of the International Consortium on Dementia and Wayfinding, co-founder of OTech Canada and recently completed the clinical-based occupational therapy program (MScOT) at the University of Alberta.