CORE Alberta News - November 3, 2023
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CORE Alberta Group Events
November 8 | 10:30 – 11:30 a.m.
An ethical will is a document that is a way to tell our stories and share lessons we have learned. Carol Kodish-Butt is exploring the possibilities of using this process to help generations understand each other and share values, not just valuables!
It’s an Intergenerational Café so most of the time will be open to conversation among the participants after Carol explains what ethical wills are and how we can benefit
Emergency Preparedness for Older Adults in Alberta
November 9 | 10:30 a.m. – 12 p.m.
With the rise in social isolation and loneliness in our communities, organizations need to rethink how our programs and activities show up in communities.
To address loneliness we need to shift from doing “to and for” community to create connections that support communities to do “with and by” themselves. Featuring Heather Keam who is the Associate Director for Cities Deepening Community practice with the Tamarack Institute.
CORE Elder Abuse Group
November 14 | 2 – 3:30 p.m.
In recognition of November as Family Violence Prevention Month, this session will share information about the ongoing efforts by stakeholders across the province to create change in relation to elder abuse. We will share what is being done in the areas of awareness, prevention, intervention, and moving forward utilizing best practices with the vision of creating abuse-free communities for our aging population.
November 15 | 9:30 – 10:30 a.m.
Join Men's Sheds Alberta for their CORE Group Launch and learn how Men's Sheds support the health and well-being of men 18-101. This is fitting timing, as Men's Health Awareness Month takes place in November.
This session will include information on who Men's Sheds Alberta is, how to get involved in their CORE group, as well as the history of Men's Sheds, what they are, why men attend, and how they benefit men with time on their hands.
Intergenerational Linkages CoP
November 21 | 10:30 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Fostering mutually beneficial relationships across generations is at the heart of intergenerational programs. However, what exactly do we mean by 'reciprocal,' and how can we ensure that these connections offer value to both the young and the old? In this presentation, Amber will share compelling stories and videos from her thesis research on the impacts of reciprocal intergenerational friendships between youth and older adults. She will also offer valuable insights and suggestions on how facilitators can effectively promote reciprocity in the development and implementation of intergenerational programs.
Nov 07, 2023
Healthy Aging Alberta