Rehab Rounds: Suzanne Cook

Suzanne Cook from the Rotman Research Unit and the Research Centre for Aging and the Brain at Baycrest presents “A Mixed Methods Examination of Volunteer Work as a Later Life Occupation” on Thursday, January 5, 2012 from 12-1pm. This event takes place at the room 140 of the Rehabilitation Sciences Building, 500 University Avenue.

Dr. Suzanne L. Cook is a gerontologist, adult educator and healthy aging advocate. She is a postdoctoral fellow at Baycrest, where she is working with Dr. Nicole Anderson on the BRAVO Project. This mixed methods study investigates the cognitive, physical and psychosocial benefits of volunteering. Suzanne recently completed her Ph.D. in adult education and community development at OISE at the University of Toronto, where she used mixed methods to study volunteering during retirement.

If you would like to attend by web conference, please log in as a guest at our Rehab Rounds Web Conference site. For more information, please contact pt.reception@utoronto.ca.

For access to this recording, please email Suzanne at: scook@rotman-baycrest.on.ca