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CANADA | May 23, 2024

Call for Lived Experiences: WHO Commission on Social Connection (Deadline: May 31, 2024)

The WHO Commission on Social Connection is looking for individuals who have experienced social isolation and loneliness to share their stories, insights, and advice.Commissioners are committed to lived experience being central to the process and products of the Commission. Your personal perspective

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[Participation Opportunity] "Combatting Ageism Together: Your Stories, Our Advocacy."

At the National Pensioners Federation (NPF), we are committed to combating ageism and creating a more inclusive society for seniors across Canada. Your voice and experiences are crucial in raising awa

Healthy Aging CORE Research Spotlight: March

Research SpotlightThe Canadian Coalition for Seniors' Mental Health (CCSMH) is committed to improving the quality of care and support for older adults throughout Canada by working tirelessly to bridge

[News] The reality of loneliness among Canada’s elderly. Why is it getting worse?

The reality of loneliness among Canada’s elderly. Why is it getting worse?

[Open Call for Members] Canadian CBSS Interim Community Leadership Council

The Canadian Community-Based Seniors’ Services (CBSS) Interim Community Leadership CouncilHelpAge Canada and its partners are thrilled to announce the establishment of the Canadian Community-Based

[News] A new tool could help predict death sooner and improve care for the dying

A new tool could help predict death sooner and improve care for the dying

[News] Year in Review: Veiner Centre focused on reducing social isolation while increasing senior food security

Year in Review: Veiner Centre focused on reducing social isolation while increasing senior food security

[News] Ward off loneliness by strengthening social connections

Ward off loneliness by strengthening social connections

[News] Sundre society aims to identify gaps in seniors services

Sundre society aims to identify gaps in seniors services

[News] Mother Tongues, Memories, and Movement: Inside a Culturally Appropriate Program for Immigrant Seniors

Click HERE to read the full articleThe Gaia Community Care and Wellness Society (Gaia Cares) operated a weekly wellness program for Chinese-speaking seniors. The organization facilitates activities su

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