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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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Community Conversations Project

SFU Aging in the Right Place

Click HERE to learn moreCommunity Conversations ProjectThe Community Conversations project is a sub-project of the Aging in the Right Place (AIRP) Partnership. In response to the AIRP project’s Lived Expertise Advisors’ interests and experiences, the Community Conversations project was started

Government of Canada establishes Advisory Group to help Canadians living with rare diseases

Government of Canada- Health Canada

Government of Canada establishes Advisory Group to help Canadians living with rare diseases

Guide: Let's Talk: Language of Health Equity

National Collaborating Centre for Determinants of Health (NCCDH)

This installment of the Let’s Talk series supports intentional reflection on the language used to describe equity and people who live with inequities.

Caregiver-Centered Care Education: Education for Health and Social Care Providers about Person-Centered Care for Family Caregivers

Dr. Jasneet Parmar, Professor, Department of Family Medicine, UofA

Do you work with family caregivers? Do you want to learn more about person-centered care for family caregivers? Our competency-based Caregiver-Centered Care Education is Free online www.caregivercare.ca. Each module takes 45-60 minutes to complete. You receive a continuing competency certificate on

RECORDING: Social Prescribing for Older Adults: First Year Findings

Healthy Aging Alberta

Join Healthy Aging Alberta and Network Coordinators from across the province to learn more about the Social Prescribing for Older Adult programs being supported.

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.

Connecting Generations: Planning and Implementing Interventions for Intergenerational Contact

World Health Organization

Ageism exists when “age” is used to categorize individuals and create social divisions, with ensuing injustice and harm and lack of solidarity across generations. Ageism is highly detrimental to our health and well-being and imposes a heavy cost on societies. The World Health Organization (WHO)

RECORDING: Elder Abuse Movement for Change

CORE Elder Abuse Group & Alberta Elder Abuse Awareness Council (AEAAC)

Elder Abuse is often committed by someone known to the victim, such as a family member, friend, or caregiver, but the abuse can come from anyone in a position of power, control, or trust in the older adult’s life. In recognition of Family Violence Prevention Month, the CORE Alberta Elder Abuse Gro

Planning for Lifelong Care: Guiding Questions for Transgender & Non-Binary People to Plan for Dementia and Other Serious Illness

Transgender Law Centre

Guiding questions for Transgender & Non-binary people to plan for dementia and other serious illness

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