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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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Home Supports

This group is focused on developing solutions to the barriers involved in providing in-home supports in a safe manner during the pandemic.

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Immigrant Senior Sector Connections

This Group aims to increase collaboration and connection among service providers who work with immigrant and refugee seniors in Alberta.

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Intergenerational Linkages Community of Practice

The aim of the Community of Practice (CoP) is to bring together committed individuals who have a desire to work collaboratively to learn, share and build capacity and develop intergenerational linkag

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Men's Sheds Alberta

This Group will create awareness of Men’s Sheds in Alberta, their history, what they are, why men attend, the benefits derived, and how to start a Men’s Shed in communities across Alberta

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Provincial Social Prescribing Funded Project

The Provincial Social Prescribing Funded Project group is a space for *funded agencies* of the provincial social prescribing project to be able to share and access resources and information relevant f

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Social Connection, Wellness, and Mental Health

This group is focused on developing solutions to help older adults maintain their social connections to others and maintain positive mental health.

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Social Prescribing

This group is a space to share resources relevant to best practices for social prescribing in Alberta.

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Transportation

This group is focused on developing solutions to current challenges in providing transportation, as well as planning for the expected surge in demand as physical distancing requirements are eased.

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