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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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Pride Season

Government of Canada

Pride resources for Canadians

[Article] It's Men's Health Month! Take charge of your well-being

McMAster University

Tips and Recources for Men's Health

[Podcast] Life and Times of Karrie-Lynn, Two-Spirit Knowledge Keeper and Residential School Survivor

Native Calgarian

Stories like this are important to hear to understand the issues and trauma Indigenous and 2SLGBTQIA+ older adults may have experienced that affect their lives today, the health issues they are experiencing, and the systemic barriers they still face

[Webinar] Connecting People & Community- May Monthly Partners Meetings

Connecting People & Community for Living Well Group

Arlene Huhn from the Alzheimer’s Society of Alberta and Northwest Territories talked about the Alzheimers Society’s resources and sharing highlights from the 2nd Landmark report.

[Award Nomination] Peter Henderson Bryce Award

First Nations Child and Family Caring Society

This award honours the work of health professionals who have overcome personal and professional challenges and risks to stand up for the rights of First Nations, Métis and Inuit children.

Partnering for a Path Forward: Supporting Alberta's Family Caregivers to Thrive

CORE Alberta and the National Caregivers Month THRIVE Campaign team

a webinar to discuss impactful partnerships and resources in supporting family caregivers to thrive

[Webinar recording] Elder Abuse in Ethnic Diverse Communities, Learning & Development Opportunity

Alberta Elder Abuse Awareness Council and Healthy Aging Alberta

understanding the unique challenges faced by older adults experiencing abuse in ethnically diverse communities.

[Resource] Social Prescribing - Community Implementation Toolkit - May 2024

Healthy Aging Alberta

Healthy Aging Alberta (HAA) is a rich network of community-based, seniors-serving organizations and allies across the province united by a shared vision: to make Alberta one of the best places in the world to grow older. HAA facilitates social prescribing programs for older adults throughout the pro

[Resource] Healthy Eating Starts Here Healthy Eating in the Community Community Gardens Handbook: How to Start and Maintain a Garden

Alberta Health Services

a complete guide to start and maintain a shared space where groups of people can grow vegetables, fruit and herbs. The handbook also provides tools, resources and tips to help along the way.

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