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Canadian ReAble Collaborators

Maureen Ashe

Maureen is a Professor in Family Practice at The University of British Columbia, Canada Research Chair in Community Mobility, and a physiotherapist. Her research interest is on interventions to support older adults’ engagement in daily life activities. She has a special interest in implementation evaluation and science, and behavior change theory and techniques. Maureen investigates the role of the built (indoors and outdoors) and social environments, and community mobility. She also focuses on two health and social models of care, reablement and social prescribing.