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Resources on CORE include checklists, toolkits, reports, studies, videos, and other materials on topics relevant to those working or volunteering in support of healthy aging and older adults independent living.

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Cyber-Seniors: Making Miraculous Things Happen

Paul Von Petrzelka

Watch how older adults connect with teens at the Boys & Girls Club of San Marcos to explore technology together and share their experience. The Cyber-Seniors program, held at the Best Buy Teen Tech Center, combines the wisdom of age with the energy of youth to make miraculous things happen. WAT

A Path to Reconciliation

Edmonton Chamber of Voluntary Organizations

Last week’s discovery of 215 Indigenous children’s remains found at the Kamloops Indian Residential School rightfully caused Canada to pause and reflect on the legacy of residential schools and the woefully unheeded recommendations from the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada in 2015.

How and When to Book Second Dose Appointments

Government of Alberta

Every Albertan should get their second dose when they're eligible. A single dose of COVID-19 vaccine offers at least 80% protection against severe outcomes, including hospitalization and death. However, second doses are needed to get the best and most long-lasting protection.  How to book Where p

Navigating Hearing Loss: An Exclusive Automated Webinar

Deaf & Hear Alberta

Access this exclusively automated recording of a webinar for seniors about hearing loss and getting their hearing checked. This process is de-mystified with an encouragement for people to get a base-line test. WATCH HERE

Older Workers: Exploring and Addressing the Stereotypes

Forum of Federal, Provincial and Territorial Ministers Responsible for Seniors

This report examines current knowledge on attitudes and beliefs about older workers and presents initiatives to address these positive and negative stereotypes. Over the past two decades, Canada’s labour force has seen greater numbers of people staying in the work force longer. However, widesprea

Risk Management


As managers, board members and staff of nonprofit organizations, we all face questions of how to prepare our organizations for the future. Every day we are presented with potential threats and opportunities in our ability to deliver on mission and be of service to our communities. With the right to

The Impact of Covid-19 on the Sector

Alberta Nonprofit Network

As the challenges from COVID-19 continue, governments, funders and the sector itself need information about the impacts of the pandemic and what is most needed by nonprofit organizations at this time. To help provide a picture of the impacts, ABNN has conducted three sector surveys, one in late Marc

Take the 15-Minute Financial Fitness Assessment for Your Non-Profit

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Volunteer Alberta and Servus Credit Union have teamed up to enhance your non-profit's financial resilience. Take their 15-minute financial fitness assessment tool to learn where your organization is doing well and what needs attention. TAKE ASSESSMENT HERE

Buddy Up to Help Men

Centre for Suicide Prevention

In Canada, men have a suicide rate 3x higher than women. The "Buddy Up" campaign by the Centre for Suicide Prevention is a call to action to men, by men. Access resources that encourage men to have conversations with their buddies if they are struggling with thoughts of suicide. READ MORE HERE


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