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Video: Climate Change and Well-being: Building Resilience Through Social Connectedness

BC Healthy Communities

Climate change has had an immediate and personal impact on our health. Evidence suggests that a changing climate leads to increased stress and anxiety due to the occurrence of extreme weather events. Climate anxiety is a rapidly growing issue, especially for youth.SFU Assistant Professor Dr. Kiffer

Video: Forecasting Canada’s Dementia and Brain Health Future

Alzheimer Society of Canada

Hear from a panel of dementia experts for this special World Alzheimer's Month edition of Dementia Talks! Canada. Together, we discussed the latest predictions for dementia numbers in Canada according to the Landmark Study – and ways to take action for change right now.According to research in our

Aging in Alberta- May 8 Elections Package- Event Recording

Healthy Aging Alberta

How to use the Elections Messaging package to advocate for CBSS sector

Aging in Alberta- Elections 2023 Resources

Healthy Aging Alberta

Toolkit for Advocating at the Alberta Election for the Community-Based Seniors Serving sector

RECORDING - On Aging: Canadian Conversations - On Dementia-Friendly Communities with Heather Cowie

Healthy Aging CORE Canada and HelpAge Canada

Heather Cowie is the Manager, Community Engagement at the Alzheimer Society of B.C. and the National Project Manager for Dementia-Friendly Canada. The Dementia-Friendly Canada project is a partnership between Alzheimer Societies across the country intended to grow dementia-friendly communities by cr

On Aging: Canadian Conversations - Social Prescribing with Dr. Kate Mulligan

Healthy Aging CORE Canada

This episode discusses Social Prescribing with Kate Mulligan. Social Prescribing is a holistic approach to healthcare that brings together the social and medical models of health and wellness. It provides a formal pathway for health providers to address the diverse determinants of health, using the familiar and trusted process of writing a prescription.

Fraud Resources from CORE Partners

Healthy Aging Alberta

March is Fraud Prevention month. Healthy Aging CORE Alberta has put together some resources around Fraud from our partners. Government of Canada has a Little Black Book of Scams in different languages for your clients Government of Alberta provides resources on Fraud and Scams12 Community Safety Ini

Q&A Session: Community and Home Supports Funding for Older Adults

Healthy Aging Alberta

Healthy Aging Alberta hosted a Q&A session on February 16, 2023 on the Expression of Interest (EOI) process for Phase 2 of provincial funding for Community and Home Supports for Older Adults.With investment from the Government of Alberta, Healthy Aging Alberta is offering funding to support prog

Mental Health Inequity and Loneliness and How That Effects Our Society

Nobel Conference 58- Gustavus Adolfus College

Mental Health Inequity and Loneliness and How That Effects Our Society

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