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MCSA Experts in Aging Research
MCSA experts in the field of Brain Aging and the diseases of the aged, their field of expertise and their location at McGill University.


MCSA's Past Accomplishments

Connections
Internet access project for frail older seniors to improve their psychosocial well-being.

GERONTO-McGILL
The bulletin of the McGill Centre for Studies in Aging is now available for viewing online.

MCSA Public Lecture Series
Public lectures dealing with the different medical or social issues facing our aging society are organized at regular intervals during the academic year - Free admission.


OTHER RESOURCES

Administration on Aging
A US federal agency dedicated to policy development, planning and the delivery of home and community-based support services to older persons and their caregivers.

Alzheimer Groupe AGI Inc.

American Association of Retired Persons (AARP)

American Geriatrics Society

Canada's Food Guide

CARP: Canada's Association for the Fifty-Plus

Centre de recherche de l'Institut universitaire de gériatrie de Montréal

Cyberounds®
Interactive grand rounds moderated by distinguished academics, exclusively for physicians, medical students and other selected health professionals.

Douglas Hospital Research Centre

Douglas Hospital Research Centre Brain Bank

European Federation of the Elderly (EURAG)

FADOQ - Mouvement des Aînés du Québec

Forum des citoyens âgés de Montréal / Senior Citizens Forum of Montreal

Health Canada's Aging and Seniors site
A forum for the exchange of information on aging issues.

International Federation on Aging (IFA)

Lady Davis Institute

McGill University Faculty of Medicine

McGill University

Mayo Clinic (Rochester)
Geriatric Medicine Community Internal Medicine Division

Montreal Alzheimer Society

Montreal Neurological Institute

R.E.I.S.A. (East Island Network for English Language Services)
REISA is a partnership between community and public sector services.

REISA works within Quebec's linguistic legal framework to pursue community development in harmony with local community associations.

Quebec health reform calls upon communities to contribute to the health and well-being of our vibrant multicultural society. REISA unites groups who offer services in English and in other languages. REISA does not offer direct services.

Services Communautaires Canadiens-Italiens du Quebec Inc.