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.
Report: We Don’t Ask, They Don’t Tell: Breaking the Silence to Address Incontinence in Canada
National Institute on Ageing
Incontinence is far more common than we think, affecting about a quarter of Canadian adults. But because of the stigma around it, older adults living with incontinence are unlikely to seek medical attention for it — and may face significant challenges, loneliness and financial stress as a result.
Report: Addressing the Silent Epidemic of Ageing with Diabetes in Canada
National Institute on Ageing
The National Institute on Ageing’s (NIA) report calls for Canadian health care systems to adopt specialized strategies and supports to ensure that older Canadians living with diabetes, and their unpaid caregivers, don’t slip through the cracks.
Toolkit: Addressing Toxicity in Non-profits
Righting Relations Non-Profit Sector Change Lab and John Humphrey Centre
The Righting Relations Non-Profit Sector Change Lab in collaboration with the John Humphrey Centre, is excited to share with you a new toolkit resource, Reflections on Transforming the Non-Profit Sector: Addressing Toxicity in Nonprofits. This toolkit emerged from a report that examined how the No
Blog Post: The LGBT+ Community Should Not Be Left to Fend For Itself as It Grows Older
Centre for Ageing Better (UK)
The fact that the latest census results show a rapid increase in diversity of sexual orientation among older people in this country is a reason to celebrate this Pride month
Podcast: Governance & Trust
Governance & trust, with Yves SavoieThe last few years have seen some media reports that have called our sector’s governance into question - whether justified or not. A few organizations have been under scrutiny for their governance practices - WE Charity is an example, Hockey Canada another,
Report: Influence, Affluence & Opportunity: Donor-advised Funds in Canada
KCI and the CAGP Foundation
KCI and the CAGP Foundation have partnered together on this research initiative to add to the growing body of knowledge about DAFs in Canada and help strengthen relationships and understanding between donors, DAF organizations, and operating charities to continue to strengthen communities across Canada.
Podcast: Mind the Disruption
National Collaborating Centre for Determinants of Health (NCCDH)
Mind the disruption is a podcast about people who refuse to accept things as they are. It’s about people pushing for better health for all. It’s about people like us who have a deep desire to build a healthier world.On Mind the Disruption, the NCCDH podcast, you’ll hear the stories of people w
Guidebook: Continuing Care in Indigenous Communities
Alberta Health Services
In a spirit of partnership and mutual respect, Alberta Health Services (AHS) is committed to Métis and First Nations communities in supporting the development of continuing care services that meet their unique needs. This work was undertaken with recognition of the guiding principles and values of
Paper: An Introduction to the Health of Two-Spirit People: Historical, Contemporary and Emergent Issues
National Collaborating Centre for Indigenous Health (NCCIH)
Intended as an introductory paper for health practitioners, Indigenous community members and researchers working in areas of Indigenous health, gender and sexuality, Hunt concludes with a listing of additional sources of information on Two-Spirit people and health, including educational resources, books and journals.