Healthy Aging CORE Alberta
The knowledge hub connecting organizations that support and advance independent living for older Albertans
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SEPTEMBER 2023 NORTHWEST TERRITORIES WILDFIRE EVACUATION: UPDATES & RESOURCES
Nominations for the 2023 Minister’s Seniors Service Awards are Open
Upcoming Trainings & Events
Webinars, workshops, conferences, symposia, and other training and events relevant to healthy aging are listed by date and also indicated on a monthly calendar. Training modules and curricula, archived webinars, and other training resources are also available in the Resources section.
Sep 27, 2023, @ 9:30 AM (MDT)
Connecting People & Community Partners' Meeting: September
Sep 27, 2023, @ 10:00 AM (MDT)
Out of Sight, Out of Mind: Why Canada Needs to Urgently Address the Older and Invisible Faces of its Opioid Crisis
Sep 28, 2023, @ 7:00 AM (MDT)
Breakfast Panel: Aging with Technology
RECORDING: CORE 101 Training Session: An Introduction to Healthy Aging CORE Alberta
Healthy Aging Alberta
Non-medical Supports Improve the Well-being of Older Adults: Final Reports and Panel Discussion Recording
Healthy Aging Alberta
Report: Understanding and Responding to the Challenges Faced by FCSS Programs in Rural Alberta
Alberta Centre for Sustainable Rural Communities; Rural Municipalities of Alberta
Groups are where CORE participants can share information and stories, ask questions, learn, and collaborate. Open discussion groups can be accessed by any member of CORE; closed groups are available by invitation only.
Programs and Initiatives
Programs and Initiatives profiled on Healthy Aging CORE provide examples of the important work being done by local, provincial, and national organizations and the value of these programs and initiatives in promoting health and well-being and fostering resilience for older adults seniors.
Healthy Aging CORE (Collaborative Online Resources and Education) is a platform to connect local, regional, provincial, and national non-profit, government, and academic organizations and coalitions that focus on programs, services, policies, practices, and research aimed at supporting older Albertans to age in place in their homes and communities.