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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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Alberta Age-Friendly Discussion Group

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

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Caregivers Focused Coalition

The purpose of the ā€˜Caregivers Focused Coalitionā€™ group is to create a collaborative of caregiver-serving organizations where members can share sectorial challenges and opportunities and engage in

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Falls Prevention

This group's primary purpose is toĀ raise awareness onĀ the issues of falls for older adults, as well as preventative measures for 55+.Ā  This group hopes to educate service providers on the issue of

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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.Ā  Currently, this group is restricted to those conne

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Caregivers

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

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Intergenerational Linkages Community of Practice

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

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Elder Abuse

The CORE Elder Abuse Group invites individuals, organizations, and agencies to develop strategies to address elder abuse in the least intrusiveĀ but most effective way ā€“ respecting an older adultā€™

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Financial Matters

This discussion group is focused on practical strategies to help older adults with their taxes during COVID-19. If your organization has developed tools and techniques to meet this challenge, please s

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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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