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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

Creating the Conditions for Resilient Communities: A Public Health Approach to Emergencies

Public Health Agency of Canada

The Chief Public Health Officer of Canada's report on the state of public health in Canada in 2023 – Creating the Conditions for Resilient Populations: A Public Health Approach to Emergencies.The impacts of emergencies are not the same for everyone. Some populations are at greater risk of exposure

Finding Balance - Resource Catalogue

Finding Balance Alberta

The Finding Balance resources have been designed with simplicity and readability in mind. These resources focus on staying independent and preventing falls. Explore their free catalogue and view resources that can be ordered.READ MORE HERE

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

Report: Promising Models of Community-Based Seniors’ Transportation in British Columbia

Community Based Transportation in BC

Community Based Transportation model in BC

[Report] Here Today, Gone Tomorrow: Public Transportation and Vulnerabilities in Rural and Remote Canada

Multiple Authors

how remote and rural (RR) places face a complex array of social, political and economic obstacles in their access to sustainable, accessible, and appropriate transportation, and in exercising mobility rights.

Research Project: Older Adults on the Move: Global Age-Friendly Transportation Innovations

Samuel Centre for Social Connectedness

Age Friendly Transportation innovations

Study: Dwelling Satisfaction Among Older Adults

Statistics Canada

Released: 2023-09-07Housing choices and requirements often shift as individuals age, based on personal preferences, proximity to services, functional impairments and financial considerations. Despite shifting needs, older adults are the most satisfied with their current housing situation, by far. I

Non-medical Supports Improve the Well-being of Older Adults: Final Reports and Panel Discussion Recording

Healthy Aging Alberta

To support Alberta’s healthcare system and challenges faced during the Covid-19 pandemic, Healthy Aging Alberta stewarded an investment in three one-year projects to provide non-medical community and home supports for older adults.


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