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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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Navigating Hearing Loss: An Exclusive Automated Webinar

Deaf & Hear Alberta

Access this exclusively automated recording of a webinar for seniors about hearing loss and getting their hearing checked. This process is de-mystified with an encouragement for people to get a base-line test. WATCH HERE

Older Workers: Exploring and Addressing the Stereotypes

Forum of Federal, Provincial and Territorial Ministers Responsible for Seniors

This report examines current knowledge on attitudes and beliefs about older workers and presents initiatives to address these positive and negative stereotypes. Over the past two decades, Canada’s labour force has seen greater numbers of people staying in the work force longer. However, widesprea

Risk Management


As managers, board members and staff of nonprofit organizations, we all face questions of how to prepare our organizations for the future. Every day we are presented with potential threats and opportunities in our ability to deliver on mission and be of service to our communities. With the right to

The Impact of Covid-19 on the Sector

Alberta Nonprofit Network

As the challenges from COVID-19 continue, governments, funders and the sector itself need information about the impacts of the pandemic and what is most needed by nonprofit organizations at this time. To help provide a picture of the impacts, ABNN has conducted three sector surveys, one in late Marc

Take the 15-Minute Financial Fitness Assessment for Your Non-Profit

Volunteer Alberta, Servus Credit Union Screen reader support enabled. Volunteer Alberta, Servus Credit Union

Volunteer Alberta and Servus Credit Union have teamed up to enhance your non-profit's financial resilience. Take their 15-minute financial fitness assessment tool to learn where your organization is doing well and what needs attention. TAKE ASSESSMENT HERE

Buddy Up to Help Men

Centre for Suicide Prevention

In Canada, men have a suicide rate 3x higher than women. The "Buddy Up" campaign by the Centre for Suicide Prevention is a call to action to men, by men. Access resources that encourage men to have conversations with their buddies if they are struggling with thoughts of suicide. READ MORE HERE

Aging With Technology


This project began as a road map to guide developers of mobile health (mHealth) technologies through a stakeholder-driven process to ensure apps and devices remain accessible and usable as we age. Discussions with stakeholders involved in this project, including many of you, frequently came back to

'It's Not a Burden' — the New Film on Caregiving for Your Parents

Richard Eisenberg, Next Avenue

Picture: Filmmaker Michelle Boyaner with her mom Elaine, a star in "It's Not a Burden"  |  Credit: courtesy of Greenie Films Funny, heartfelt and fantastic, this film shines a spotlight on the complexities of caregiving for your mom or dad. Much of the 87-minute cinema verité documentary by t

Vital Topic — Primer on Income and the Cost of Living in Edmonton

Edmonton Social Planning Council

Edmonton Vital Signs is an annual checkup conducted by Edmonton Community Foundation, in partnership with Edmonton Social Planning Council, to measure how the community is doing. Vital Topics are a quick but comprehensive look at issues that are timely and important to Edmonton. For this edition, ES


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