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Design Thinking Workshop

NS Department of Seniors

Monday, 2 October 2017 from 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM (ADT)

Design Thinking Workshop

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Design Thinking Workshop General Admission
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100 Tickets 25 Sep 2017 Free  

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This workshop is going to be engaging and fun and will teach you the tools and processes of design thinking.  Design thinking is solution focused and action oriented towards creating your preferred future.

Christine Hamblin, the Program Manager for the Master of Technology Entrepreneurship and Innovation program at Saint Mary's University, will be facilitating.  This workshop is a hands-on design thinking experience. It is going to be engaging and fun and will teach you the tools and processes of design thinking 

Be ready to roll up your sleeves and get creating.

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Have questions about Design Thinking Workshop? Contact NS Department of Seniors

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Halifax Central Library - Seniors Week 2017
5440 Spring Garden Rd,
Halifax, Nova Scotia B3J 1E9
Canada

Monday, 2 October 2017 from 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM (ADT)


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NS Department of Seniors

The Nova Scotia Department of Seniors provides policy leadership and coordination across government to value, promote and support the participation in and contribution by older adults to all aspects of Nova Scotia life.

Nova Scotia has one of the fastest aging populations in Canada. Currently there are more than 330,000 Nova Scotians aged 55 and over. Nearly 200,000 of these are already aged 65 or more. Population projections suggested that by 2030, the number of people over the age of 65 will peak at approximately 260,000 older adults in a total population of less than 900,000 people.

On a day-to-day basis, our work includes:

  • Leading, coordinating, and collaborating with departments across government, on the implementation and monitoring of policies and initiatives in support of the province’s aging population

  • Engaging stakeholders and creating partnerships to support Nova Scotians to grow old in safe, healthy, and age-friendly communities

  • Conducting research and providing policy advice to government on matters related to aging and our aging popultion;

  • Working with the federal and other provincial governments and other national partners to share knowledge and work together to address issues of common interest related to aging populations.

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