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.
[Resource] What is social prescribing and Conceptualizing and Implementing Social Prescribing Programs
Canadian Alliance for Social Connection and Health
Social prescribing is a healthcare approach where professionals refer patients to non-clinical services like exercise, art, or community activities to improve well-being.About this Report This report presents the perspectives gathered from the Social Prescribing Community of Practice located on Vanc
[Resource] New MRU innovation centre focused on aging population
Mount Royal University
New MRU innovation centre focused on aging population
[Resource] Intervention time: What non-profits want funders and government to know about their data problem
The Philanthropist Journal
What non-profits want funders and government to know about their data problem
[Resource] A National Protocol for Homeless Encampments in Canada
Leilani Farha. Kaitlin Schwan
A National Protocol for Homeless Encampments in Canada: A Human Rights Approach
[Resource] This is what Alzheimer’s looks like: ‘It looks like me’
PBS News Hour
What does it feel like to be diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer’s disease? Pam Montana and Chris Hannafan offer their Brief but Spectacular takes on what it means to live with the disease and how their worlds have changed.
[Resource] Adapted Resources Help Communities Navigate Dementia
Forward with Dementia
Adapted Resources Help Communities Navigate Dementia
How can socializing benefit my health?
Click HERE to listen to an episode of The Dose, a CBC podcast, where Dr. Kate Mulligan discusses the importance of social connections, how social prescribing works in Canada, and some indicators that someone would benefit from a social prescription.
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