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About Ron Beleno

Ron is an active advocate for dementia, caregiving, aging, and research communities. As a caregiver to his father who lived with Alzheimer's for 10+ years, Ron utilized technology,  ommunity, creative strategies and access to research to support his family's life to live well. He is an active member, advisor, and mentor to numerous organizations and educational insititutions such as AGE-WELL NCE, Centre for Aging and Brain Health Innovation (CABHI) at Baycrest, City of Toronto's Seniors Stategy, SE Health (formerly known as Sain Elizabeth Health Care) and the Translational Research Program (TRP) at the University of Toronto's Faculty of Medicine.

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About Ron Beleno

Ron is an active advocate for dementia, caregiving, aging, and research communities. As a caregiver to his father who lived with Alzheimer's for 10+ years, Ron utilized technology,  ommunity, creative strategies and access to research to support his family's life to live well. He is an active member, advisor, and mentor to numerous organizations and educational insititutions such as AGE-WELL NCE, Centre for Aging and Brain Health Innovation (CABHI) at Baycrest, City of Toronto's Seniors Stategy, SE Health (formerly known as Sain Elizabeth Health Care) and the Translational Research Program (TRP) at the University of Toronto's Faculty of Medicine.

For more information about Ron, please check out his Twitter and LinkedIn page here:
 

Watch Ron's Latest Vlog

Finding Better Solutions in Caregiving with Ron Beleno

In the second episode of our vlog series with Caregiving Coach, Ron Beleno, we talk constantly finding better ways and solutions to your caregiving challenges. This includes looking out for new technology and engaging in self care practices.

Ron's Vlogs

Who is Ron Beleno? An Introduction

Ron is an active advocate for dementia, caregiving, aging, and research communities. In this video he introduces himself and his journey, as well as talks about how adaptive clothing can help empower seniors and their caregivers.