Resources: Learning

Living Classroom Video

  • Resource Type: Video
  • Posted On: May 29, 2019
  • Author/Source: Research Institute for Aging
  • Audience(s): Academics, Educators, Leaders and managers, Students

The video includes interviews with students, faculty, long-term care home team members, residents, family and administrators at three different Living Classroom locations: Waterloo, Hamilton and Ottawa. Participants speak to the many benefits of the Living Classroom as well as the importance of partnerships between post-secondary educators and long-term care homes.

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