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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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[Resource] Planning a Healthy Menu: Toolkit for Enhancing Health Through Nutrition Healthy Eating in the Community

Alberta Health Services

Designed for operators of supportive living sites, personal home living, group homes and lodges in Alberta.

[Resource] Healthier Vending Toolkit Healthy Eating in the Community

Alberta Health Services

The AHS Healthier Vending Toolkit provides resources to help recreation centres, workplaces, vendors, and community groups offer healthier foods and drinks in their vending machines.

[Resource] Healthy Eating Starts Here Healthy Eating in the Community Community Gardens Handbook: How to Start and Maintain a Garden

Alberta Health Services

a complete guide to start and maintain a shared space where groups of people can grow vegetables, fruit and herbs. The handbook also provides tools, resources and tips to help along the way.

[Resource] Healthy Eating in the Community: Collective Kitchens Manual

Alberta Health Services, Healthy Eating Starts Here

Collective kitchens are community-based cooking programs where small groups of people get together to cook. The Manual will help community groups start and maintain a collective kitchen.

[Podcast] Responsible Disruption Podcast

Social Impact Lab

Responsible Disruption is a podcast that explores the intersection of social innovation and design.

[Podcast] Supporting Family Caregivers in Healthcare Through Research, Education and in Practice with Dr. Jasneet Parmar (Episode 94)

Caregiver's Compass and Caregiver Centered Care

Caregivers are aware there are significant gaps in our healthcare system, yet some of the answers to these gaps are found in supporting and providing education to the healthcare workers on the front lines

[Report] The role of faith-based organisations in developing age-friendly communities

Manchester Urban Ageing Research Group (MUARG)

Faith-based spaces are important community assets. They are a critical form of social infrastructure and often already provide important services to older people.

[Resource] LGBT2SQ Seniors: An evidence review and practical guide designed for healthcare providers and researchers

Sherbourne Health/Rainbow Health Ontario

Click HERE to download the PDF resourceSUMMARYTo provide inclusive, affirming services, and welcoming health care to LGBT2SQ seniors, healthcare and social service providers should appreciate that not all seniors are heterosexual and cisgender. As they approach their twilight years, LGBT2SQ seniors

[Website] LGBT end-of-life conversations website (SFU Gerontology)

SFU Gerontology

Click HERE to learn moreTheir mission at LGBT End-of-Life Conversations is to foster effective communication, create community, and facilitate care for LGBT persons at the end-of-life. They aim to raise awareness about the unique challenges this population faces as they age and approach end-of


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