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[Report] National Institute on Ageing 2023 survey report

National Institute on Ageing

The National Institute on Ageing 2023 survey report was released January 31,2024,

What Non-Profits Can Expect in 2024 and how to be better Prepared

Charity Village

What Non-Profits Can Expect in 2024 and how to be better Prepared

RECORDING: CORE 101 – An Introduction to Healthy Aging CORE Alberta (December 2023)

Healthy Aging Alberta

In this introductory session, the Healthy Aging CORE Alberta team provided a general overview of the CORE Alberta platform, its linkages to the vision of Healthy Aging Alberta, how it can be used in the work of the Community-Based Seniors Serving (CBSS) sector and its allies, and the benefits of the

Report: UN Decade of Healthy Ageing Progress Report, 2021-2023

The Platform

The UN Decade of Healthy Ageing is an opportunity to work together to improve the lives of older people, their families, and their communities. The UN Decade sets an ambitious vision of a world in which all people can live long and healthy lives

Study Results: Labour Force Survey, October 2023

Government of Canada

Canada labour force survey results

The Relational Work of Systems Change

Stanford Social Innovation Review

Collective impact efforts must prioritize working together in more relational ways to find systemic solutions to social problems.

Enabling Aging in Place

Healthcare Excellence Canada

Enabling Aging in Place will bring together health and social service organizations from across the healthcare continuum to implement promising practices that are delaying entry to long-term care and improving safety, health and quality of life outcomes, while also reducing emergency department visi

Healthy Aging Framework Primer

Healthy Aging Alberta

The Healthy Aging Framework (HAF) is essentially a way to organize, assess, and communicate the work of diverse organizations so that we might better understand the collective impact we have – or could have – on healthy aging in Alberta.

RECORDING: Launch Event - Supporting Ethnocultural Seniors in Alberta

CORE Immigrant Senior Sector Connections Group

Throughout the province of Alberta, many immigrant-serving organizations are supporting older adults from a variety of ethnocultural communities.The unique needs of older adults in these communities can present issues for organizations around effective program and service delivery.On October 19, 202


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