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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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New Communities of Living

Action for Better Aging

Aging in place at home depends on having a supportive community designed and built to help us be mobile, access the services we need, visit those we want to see and do the things we enjoy. Aging in place models: While Canadians realize that they may need higher levels of care as they age, they wou

Saint Elizabeth Research Centre

Saint Elizabeth Health

Creating a Brighter Future of Health The SE Research Centre is funded by SE Health to conduct impact-oriented health services research and evaluation for the benefit of Canadians. They study the needs of people, their caregivers, and health care providers, to develop evidence-based solutions to tou

Estate Planning Module

Financial Consumer Agency of Canada

For some, thinking about the end of life seems unpleasant, and planning for it is unwelcome. But if you plan well, you can leave more to the people or organizations that you care about. More important, if you don't plan, you could leave them with costly problems: You may leave your loved ones wit

Community Science Webinars

Community Science

Get the latest on methods, tools and ways to improve the performance of foundations grantees, and outcomes along with our views on what’s impacting the people you serve. Watch webinars on topics such as advancing equity and justice by connecting evaluation to strategy and ecosystem mapping for str

The Right to Eat Right: Connecting Upstream and Downstream Food Security in Calgary

James Stauch and Cordelia Snowdon, Institute for Community Prosperity

A new report examining Calgary’s food system has been released from Mount Royal University's Institute for Community Prosperity. READ MORE HERE

Mental Health and the Pandemic: What Do Loneliness, Caregiving, and Family Conflict Have to Do With It?

McMaster University

In this video, Dr. Parminder Raina discusses the recent findings on the mental health impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on middle-aged and older adults. Hear how loneliness, caregiving, and family conflict are associated with a higher likelihood of depressive symptoms and how these symptoms persist an

Remote, Office, or Hybrid? Employee Preferences for Post-Pandemic Work Arrangements

The Conference Board of Canada

Remote, Office, or Hybrid? Employee Preferences for Post-Pandemic Work Arrangements presents findings from the 2020-2021 Employee Wellbeing in Times of COVID-19 survey conducted by Carleton University in partnership with The Conference Board of Canada. It found that employee preferences regarding po

Hadley Learning Resources for Individuals Adjusting to Vision Loss


The mission of Hadley is to create personalized learning opportunities that empower adults with vision loss or blindness to thrive at home, work, and in their communities. The organization is especially focused on adults losing vision in later life. The site is designed for people with vision loss

Imagining Relational Infrastructures

Kenneth Bailey and Keller Easterling, Nonprofit Quarterly

Communities are essential infrastructures. Infrastructures can be relational; they can be about improving the ways in which communities work and play together to improve quality of public life. We think new infrastructures can be co-designed, built, and managed by communities. Infrastructure can ev


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