Baycrest Health Sciences and BestLifeRewarded Innovations partner to bring forward caregiver focused behavioural initiative

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OAKVILLE, Ontario, Jan. 14, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- BestLifeRewarded Innovations (BLRI) is proud to announce a new collaboration with Baycrest Health Sciences to increase preventative and self-care behaviours for the caregiver population. This offering to be made available as part of has been awarded a 2019 Spark grant from the Centre for Aging and Brain Health Innovation. BestLifeRewarded is thrilled to offer its science-based solutions for change.

Fueled by a proven evidence-based framework through BestLifeRewarded, this venture serves as a special niche for both teams. The BLRI & Baycrest collaboration will build on this research offering to tackle the ongoing challenge of prioritizing personal self-care measures. In addition, both teams will have access to valuable metrics that capture health behaviours among caregivers of varying demographics.

“The Baycrest team has a lot of experience and a strong track record with developing evidence-based, innovative interventions with older adults and caregivers,” says Dr. Adriana Shnall, of Baycrest Health sciences. “Through this project, and through partnering with BestLifeRewarded, we hope that we can continue to support caregivers so that they can continue to look after their loved one in the community.”

In bringing the convenience of self-care to an identified high-risk population, BestLifeRewarded sets out to support Baycrest in the ongoing proactive health-promotion initiatives required to make a change in the community.

“BestLifeRewarded is a proven solution that connects & appreciates participants’ intrinsic motivators to inspire health behaviour change,” says Cynthia Hastings-James, co-founder of BestLifeRewarded Innovations. “We now look forward to applying our best practices exclusively to the caregiver population. Caregivers are often neglected in the healthcare system. It’s time we bring this issue forward to create sustainable behaviour change among the caregiver community.”

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SOURCE BestLifeRewarded Innovations Inc.

Media contacts:

Cynthia Hastings-James BestLifeRewarded Innovations2525 Old Bronte Rd, Suite 300Oakville, ON, L6M 4J2T: 905-336-1000E:

Simon Cheesman Baycrest Health Sciences Director, Baycrest@Home T: 416-785-2500, ext. 6181 E:

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Globe Newswire: 11:59 GMT Tuesday 14th January 2020

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