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Intergenerational Programming Toolkit

Age Friendly Edmonton, City of Edmonton

Introduction The City of Edmonton is committed to building an inclusive city for all ages. This toolkit, and accompanying resource guide, was designed to assist organizations in the planning and implementation of intergenerational programs. Intergenerational programming provides opportunities for ge

Sharing Our Space: A Toolkit for Developing and Enhancing Intergenerational Shared Sites

Generations United

Intergenerational shared sites are intentionally designed places that provide service and programs to multiple generations concurrently and foster meaningful cross-age relationships. Shared sites have built-in opportunities for cost-efficiencies in terms of space, personnel, rent, and other programm

Curricula and Activities for Intergenerational Programs

Penn State University

Penn State University offers extensive resources on intergenerational programming.The website includes a collection of "how to" activities and guides to help intergenerational practitioners with ideas to conduct programs and events.You can also visit the main webpage, which includes information on a

Older Adults Needed for Research on Chronic Pain

Aging, Residents, and Caregivers (ARC) Research Unit, University of Regina

We are looking for Canadians living with chronic pain who are at least 65 years of age to take part in a study examining the role of adversity and resilience in the experience of pain.As a participant in this study, you would be asked to complete a series of anonymous self-report questionnaires.Your

RECORDING: Food Security - More Than Simply Access to Food

CORE Food Security Group

You can access the recording HERE.On April 11, 2023, the CORE Food Security Group, in collaboration with Alberta Health Services, hosted a conversation around food insecurity with three speakers who shared how addressing food insecurity is about more than simply food.Participants learned about: the

Supporting Canadians Aging at Home Consultation (deadline April 23, 2023)

National Seniors Council

The National Seniors Council has launched an online consultation to hear from people about ways to further support those wishing to age in their homes and communities for as long as possible.Have your say! Take part in the consultation by completing this online survey by April 23, 2023.Spread t

LGBTQ2S+ Resources | Alberta Health Services

Alberta Health Services

AHS strives to create an environment that highly values diversity and welcomes and respects people’s contributions. An environment where everyone, including patients, families, healthcare providers, physicians and volunteers feel safe, healthy and valued. Creating safer and more welcoming healthca

Inclusive Communities for LGBTQ2S+ Seniors

Government of Alberta

Seniors-serving organizations and businesses have many opportunities to recognize and meet the needs of all seniors, including those from LGBTQ2S+ communities. An organization or business is considered inclusive and affirming of LGBTQ2S+ seniors when those seniors:can access programs and services th

Tips on Providing Safer and More Welcoming Continuing Care for LGBTQ2S+ Clients

Alberta Health Services

This resource will help to enhance your awareness, confidence, knowledge, and skills in creating safer and more welcoming care for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and two-spirit (LGBTQ2S+) clients. This resource was developed in consultation with the Alberta Health Services (AHS) LGBTQ2S


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