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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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[Webinar Recording] Grow the Conversation – Taking Action Against Elder Abuse

AEAAC and CORE Elder Abuse Group

The purpose of WEAAD is to raise awareness about the global issue of elder abuse and promote efforts to prevent and respond to it.

[Report] 7 Steps Toward Better CPP/QPP Claiming Decisions: Shifting the Paradigm on how we help Canadians

National Institute on Ageing

7 Steps Toward Better CPP/QPP Claiming Decisions: Shifting the Paradigm on how we help Canadians

[Resource] Transformative Research Toolkit

Othering and Belonging Institute Berkeley

Transformative Research ToolkitWe have seen and participated in transformative research strategies that defeated proposed jail expansions, won millions of dollars for community-prioritized programs, and built new community-led organizations that changed a political landscape, among many other achi

Resources for International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination

Healthy Aging Alberta

Resources for International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination

[Resource] Social Isolation and Loneliness – Clinical Guidelines

CCSMH Canadian Coalition for Seniors Mental Health

Social Isolation and Loneliness – Clinical Guidelines

[ Resource] National framework for social prescribing

Welsh Government

Welsh National framework for social prescribing

[Report] Preventing and responding to the mistreatment of older adults: Gaps and challenges exposed during the pandemic

Government of Canada

Preventing and responding to the mistreatment of older adults: Gaps and challenges exposed during the pandemic

Article: Is Your City Planned for All Citizens as They Age? Selecting the Indicators to Measure Neighbourhoods’ Age-Friendliness in the Urban Planning Field

Silvia Urra-Uriarte et al.

The goal of this work was to develop a collection of indicators that can assist urban planners in meeting the unique needs of older individuals within their community and evaluating the age-friendliness of various neighbourhoods.ABSTRACT In many countries, urban population ageing trends are a recogn

Canadian Social Survey Results: Quality of Life, Virtual Health Care and Trust, 2023

Statistics Canada

Relationships with family, friends and neighbours are essential in developing a strong sense of identity, belonging and personal safety. Similarly, trust in family and friends and in societal institutions can be important to building and maintaining social ties. Trust is associated with higher levels of reciprocity and cooperation between individuals, and can facilitate the flow of information and transactions. This, in turn, can affect the overall performance of the economy.

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