uwcore logo


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.

filter by:
Search Resources

RECORDING - Aging & Thriving In the 21st Century Presentation

CORE Alberta

You can find a recording of the session attached to this post as a FILE.  Please find the slide deck shared during the event also attached.  Premiering for 2022 through CORE Alberta, James Stauch of Mount Royal University's (MRU) Institute for Community Prosperity provided an overview of a re

Sh*t's Getting Real: 2022 Environmental Scan

James Stauch and Latasha Calf Robe, Institute for Community Prosperity

James Stauch, the Institute for Community Prosperity and the Calgary Foundation invite you to read their most recent publication Sh*t's Getting Real: 2022 Environmental Scan. This sixth annual scan looks at a wide range of contemporary and emerging issues, locally, provincially, nationally, and be

RECORDING - It Takes a Village to Age Well Event

CORE Alberta

You can access the recording HERE. On January 25, 2022, the CORE Intergenerational Linkages Community of Practice hosted a session that featured a short video based on the value of intergenerational relationships and a group discussion followed after the viewing. The community discussed themes su

Canada’s Charitable Sector: What to Expect in 2022

The Philanthropist Journal

The year to come may well be another volatile one, as the world adapts to the emergence of the Omicron variant of COVID-19 and pandemic-related uncertainty has once again placed itself at the forefront of many organizations’ agendas. Once again, instability related to funding, personnel, and even

Tax Filing Help

Vibrant Communities Calgary

Enough for All has compiled a list of resources to help community members complete their tax returns, including free virtual tax clinics, information required to file taxes, and benefits that people may qualify for. READ MORE HERE

Healthy Homes & Healthy Communities

School of Public Health, University of Alberta

The Centre for Healthy Communities, School of Public Health at the University at the of Alberta is pleased to share that the Healthy Homes & Healthy Communities website is now live at www.healthycommunitiesathome.ca. Please feel free to share the website widely within your networks.    Within

When is it time to hang up the keys? Making informed decisions about driving

McMaster Optimal Aging Portal

For many older adults, a vehicle is not only a way to get around but also a sign of their independence, enabling them to maintain their social and community activities. This is an important factor in maintaining quality of life. As we age, changes in health and medical conditions can affect driving

Workplace Mental Health in the Age of COVID

Charity Village

Learn how nonprofits can better support their staff and volunteers when it comes to mental health, especially around the topics of burnout, isolation, and depression. LISTEN HERE

Caregivers Alberta Annual Programs Survey

Caregivers Alberta

Before we get too far into 2022, Caregivers Alberta is looking back at the programs and services they offered in 2021. It was another challenging year for us all and they want to make sure that they are on the right track. If you are able to spare a few minutes, they have made a brief survey t


Sign up for the Healthy Aging CORE Alberta e-news to keep up-to-date with activity from the platform and the Community-Based Seniors Services (CBSS) sector across the province.

Learn More
First Name
Last Name