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.
Provincial Transportation Needs Assessment – North Zone
Medically-At-Risk Driver (MARD) Centre
In 2016-2017, the Medically-At-Risk Driver Centre conducted a Provincial Transportation Needs Assessment of seniors and persons with disabilities. Results related to seniors are available for each of the five Alberta Health Services Zones as well as for the province as a whole. This is the report t
Aging in the LGBT+ Community
The SHARP Foundation
HOUSING NEEDS ASSESSMENT: Fostering a Culture of Respect and Inclusion Based on this study and a scan of external research and media coverage across Canada, there is an identified need for tailored housing solutions for LGBT+ seniors as well as greater inclusion across the spectrum of housing optio
Myths & Facts: Information for Health Care Professionals, Patients, and Families on Assessment and Referral Issues
Medically-At-Risk Drivers (MARD) Centre
Issues related to driving are some of the most difficult and perplexing for health care professionals and for patients and their families. Challenges associated with the driving issue often are heightened because myths are commonplace. This booklet identifies and remedies common myths about senior d
Mental Health and Psychosocial Recovery after COVID-19
Principles for a Provincial Psychosocial Response to COVID-19 Similar to other natural disasters, the COVID-19 pandemic will have an ongoing impact on mental health and well-being. Here are some key lessons from research and Alberta's own experiences about principles for psychosocial response and r
TIP SHEET: How to keep safe from family violence during COVID-19
Government of Alberta
Government of Alberta provides a Fact Sheet on how to keep safe from family violence during COVID-19
Free online resources, tools, apps and connections to trained volunteers and qualified mental health professionals
Wellness Canada recognizes the significant strain that COVID-19 has placed on individuals and families across the country. Many people are concerned about their physical and mental well being. Canadians are being challenged in a number of ways because of isolation, financial and employment uncertain
Multilingual COVID-19 resources for individuals, families and communities
ActionDignity presents helpful COVID-specific resources for individuals, families and communities in multiple languages.
COVID-19 resources for non-profits – free educational resources, donations and discounts on tech tools, etc.
Techsoup Canada has provided a list of free educational resources, donations and discounts on tech tools, and fundraising resources.