Rebecca Genoe
Rebecca Genoe
Associate Professor, Faculty of Kinesiology and Health Studies, University of Regina
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Moving beyond patient and client approaches: Mobilizing ‘authentic partnerships’ in dementia care, support and services
SL Dupuis, J Gillies, J Carson, C Whyte, R Genoe, L Loiselle, L Sadler
Dementia 11 (4), 427-452, 2012
Mealtimes and being connected in the community-based dementia context
HH Keller, L Schindel Martin, S Dupuis, R Genoe, H Gayle Edward, ...
Dementia 9 (2), 191-213, 2010
Honouring identity through mealtimes in families living with dementia
R Genoe, SL Dupuis, HH Keller, LS Martin, C Cassolato, HG Edward
Journal of Aging Studies 24 (3), 181-193, 2010
Leisure as resistance within the context of dementia
MR Genoe
Leisure Studies 29 (3), 303-320, 2010
Just dance with me: An authentic partnership approach to understanding leisure in the dementia context
SL Dupuis, C Whyte, J Carson, R Genoe, L Meshino, L Sadler
World Leisure Journal 54 (3), 240-254, 2012
Picturing Leisure: Using Photovoice to Understand the Experience of Leisure and Dementia.
MR Genoe, SL Dupuis
Qualitative Report 18, 21, 2013
Nutrition education needs and resources for dementia care in the community
HH Keller, D Smith, C Kasdorf, S Dupuis, L Schindel Martin, G Edward, ...
American Journal of Alzheimer's Disease & Other Dementias® 23 (1), 13-22, 2008
Older men's perceptions of leisure and aging
T Liechty, MR Genoe
Leisure Sciences 35 (5), 438-454, 2013
Physically active leisure and the transition to retirement: The value of context
T Liechty, MR Genoe, HR Marston
Annals of Leisure Research 20 (1), 23-38, 2017
“I'm just like I always was”: a phenomenological exploration of leisure, identity and dementia
MR Genoe, SL Dupuis
Leisure/Loisir 35 (4), 423-452, 2011
Older men's leisure experiences across their lifespan
MR Genoe, JF Singleton
Topics in geriatric rehabilitation 22 (4), 348-356, 2006
Strategies to support engagement and continuity of activity during mealtimes for families living with dementia; a qualitative study
HH Keller, LS Martin, S Dupuis, H Reimer, R Genoe
BMC geriatrics 15 (1), 119, 2015
E-leisure and older adults: Findings from an international exploratory study
R Genoe, C Kulczycki, H Marston, S Freeman, C Musselwhite, ...
Therapeutic Recreation Journal 52 (1), 1-18, 2018
Adjusting to mealtime change within the context of dementia
MR Genoe, HH Keller, LS Martin, SL Dupuis, H Reimer, C Cassolato, ...
Canadian Journal on Aging/La Revue canadienne du vieillissement 31 (2), 173-194, 2012
Meaning and experience of “eating out” for families living with dementia
CA Cassolato, HH Keller, SL Dupuis, L Schindel Martin, HG Edward, ...
Leisure/Loisir 34 (2), 107-125, 2010
Blogging into retirement: Using qualitative online research methods to understand leisure among baby boomers
MR Genoe, T Liechty, HR Marston, V Sutherland
Journal of Leisure Research 48 (1), 15-34, 2016
The relevance of leisure in theories of aging.
DA Kleiber, MR Genoe
Human Kinetics, 2012
Older adults’ perceptions of ICT: Main findings from the Technology in Later Life (TILL) study
HR Marston, R Genoe, S Freeman, C Kulczycki, C Musselwhite
Healthcare 7 (3), 86, 2019
Using our whole selves: Our experiences with reflexivity while researching a community arts-based leisure program
MR Genoe, T Liechty
Leisure/Loisir 40 (4), 469-492, 2016
Confronting ageism through therapeutic recreation practice
MR Genoe, C Whyte
Leisure/Loisir 39 (2), 235-252, 2015
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