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[Participation Opportunity] Research Study on Nutrition for Adults 55+

Alberta Health Services

inviting Adults aged 55+ years to do an online survey that identifies potential nutrition-related concerns

How Older Adults Want to Receive Nutrition Information- 2023 Survey Findings

Alberta Health Services

Registered Dietitians in AHS surveyed adults aged 65+ to determine how they want to learn about nutrition

Social Prescribing Impact Awards

The Canadian Institute for Social Prescribing

These awards seek to acknowledge and celebrate innovation, dedication, inclusivity, and research excellence within the social prescribing movement.

[Resources} Extreme Heat and older Adults

Healthy Aging Alberta

With the temperatures soaring into the 30s, it's important to keep an eye on the older adults in your area and find ways to beat the heat .Drink plenty of fluids, find shade, use fans/Air conditioners or find common areas like malls and libraries with air conditioning, moderate alcohol consumption,

[Webinar] Transforming Health Aging in Alberta- Priority Needs for AgeTech

CORE Alberta and Alberta Health Services

Help explore the priority challenges and technologies to support older adults, caregivers, and service providers!

Chigamik's social prescribing program helps people pursue, find their passion

Gisele Winton Sarvis

This article discusses the new social prescribing service at Chigamik Community Health Centre in Midland, which focuses on holistic health by connecting people to community resources such as exercise, art, music, and spiritual activities. After a successful one-year pilot involving 300 participants,

[Webinar Recording] Immigrant Senior Sector Connections- June 26 Interagency Meeting

Immigrant Senior Sector Connections CORE Group

Presentations on Agism, Unconscios Bias and Elder Abuse

[Report] Final report of the Expert Panel: Supporting Canadians aging at home: Ensuring quality of life as we age

National Seniors Council members

Click HERE to read the reportExecutive summaryOn October 6, 2022, the Minister of Seniors and the Minister of Health announced that the National Seniors Council (the Council) would serve as the Expert Panel on Supporting Canadians Aging at Home (the Expert Panel). The Expert Panel was asked to provi

Poverty in Canada Through a Deprivation Lens

Food Banks Canada

Poverty in Canada Through a Deprivation Lens by: Michael Mendelson, Geranda Notten, Richard Matern & Sofia SeerAn alternative approach to measuring a household’s standard of living is to look at outcomes rather than inputs – that is, assessing a household’s standard of living by looking at


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