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Coordinated Pandemic Response for Edmonton Senior Serving Community

Edmonton Seniors Coordinating Council

Very early in the pandemic the Edmonton Seniors Coordinating Council, City of Edmonton, and SAGE Seniors began meeting to discuss and strategize ways to coordinate a community wide response to the pandemic to ensure the most effective and efficient allocation of dollars and seamless service provisio

Taking part in the holiday spirit of giving – Does food charity alleviate hunger?

Homeless Hub

With the holiday season upon us, charitable food drives are in full swing. There’s been lots of talk in the media about how the need at food banks is greater right now due to COVID-19. It’s easy to throw a can of baked beans, a jar of peanut butter or a box of macaroni & cheese in the food b

My COVID-19 Visit Risk Decision Aid

National Institute on Ageing

HOW SAFE WILL VISITING OTHERS BE DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC? This website has been designed by Ryerson University National Institute on Ageing (NIA) researchers to help people better understand the factors that affect the risk of visiting with others on both getting and dying from COVID-19.

COVID-19 information: common topics and guidance for seniors centres and seniors serving organizations

Government of Alberta

These documents have been developed to support seniors' centres and other seniors serving organizations as guidance for a safe relaunch that is focused on reducing the risk of transmission of COVID-19 among older Albertans, staff, and volunteers. A new document released on September 30 focuses on

SeniorConnect - Urgent Response Services for older adults and Public Training Program

Calgary Seniors' Resource Society

The SeniorConnect program offers a channel for concerned citizens and public service professionals to take action on behalf of a senior who may be at risk, or in crisis in the community through public education and professional response services. SeniorConnect provides urgent social work assistance

Survey results: COVID-19 has significantly increased the use of many technologies among older Canadians

From Facebook to food delivery apps and fitness trackers, older Canadians have upped their use of many technologies and online services during the COVID-19 pandemic. A new AGE-WELL poll conducted by Environics Research in July 2020 shows that two-thirds (65%) of Canadians aged 65 and older now own

Respect and Inclusion Workshop - On Demand

Age Friendly Edmonton

Age Friendly Edmonton's Respect and Inclusion workshop uses video and online questions to walk you through the training program. Edmonton is a community that values, respects and actively supports the safety, diversity and well-being of seniors. This workshop is a foundational step in meeting two

The Social and Economic Impacts of COVID-19: A Six-month Update

Statistics Canada

The COVID-19 pandemic has had profound impacts on Canada's economy and society. As a purposeful response to a public health crisis, the policies enacted to contain the spread of the virus have resulted in unprecedented disruptions in the social and economic lives of Canadians, changing how they inte

Blog: Social Determinants of Health

Edmonton Social Planning Council

Canada has long been considered one of the healthiest countries in the world. However, within Canada certain groups tend to be healthier than others. These health inequalities can be partially explained by the Social Determinants of Health (SDH). SDH are socio-economic factors that positively or neg


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