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Discussion 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.

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Aging in Community Supports Demo Project Community of Practice

The Aging in Community Supports Community of Practice group will meet regularly to share insights and learnings on project design, data collection and analysis, project implementation, and evaluation

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Alberta Age-Friendly Community of Practice

The Age-Friendly Community of Practice (CoP) is designed to help communities that are considering or in the process of developing an age-friendly plan.  CoP members offer support to communities pursu

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Alberta Age-Friendly Discussion Group

The Age-Friendly Discussion Group shares information, resources and promising practices for creating age-friendly environments.

Alberta Association of Seniors Centres

The Alberta Association of Seniors Centres was incorporated in May of 2011 and we have been meeting since to work on networking and advocacy on behalf of seniors centres. Join us if you are a seniors

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Business Continuity & Non-Profit Operations

This group is an opportunity for organizational leaders and staff to share information, ideas, and strategies to manage revenue, funding options, and personnel challenges during COVID-19.

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Caregivers

The purpose of this group is to connect community-based senior serving professionals, volunteers, and allied and partners from all across Alberta who encounter caregivers in their work with resource

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Caregivers Focused Coalition

The purpose of the ‘Caregivers Focused Coalition’ group is to create a collaborative of caregiver-serving organizations where members can share sectorial challenges and opportunities and engage in

Community and Home Supports Provincial Community of Practice

The Community and Home Supports Provincial Community of Practice group will meet regularly to share insights and learnings on project design, data collection and analysis, project implementation, and

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Community of Practice for Community-based Innovations for Dementia Care (CoP-CIDC)

The CoP-CIDC is a network of community-based health and social services members who share their experience with improving dementia care in Alberta.  Currently, this group is restricted to those conne

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