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Guidelines for transportation companies during COVID-19

Toronto Public Health, Washington State Department of Health

1. Toronto Public Health provides interim guidance for Taxi/Ride Share employers, drivers, and vehicle owners during COVID-19 including recommendations to help reduce the risk of community exposures to acute respiratory illnesses, including COVID-19. READ FULL ARTICLE 2. The Washington State De

When I’m 64 Podcast: Stories of Caregivers (10 episodes)

Stanford Centre on Longevity

How do we take care of each other during a pandemic? A health care crisis? When we’re 24 or 64? Join us as we hear from caregivers and experts as we tackle the challenges of looking after the people we love. There are 10 episodes, including: Episode 9: Innovation and Caregiving..  Today we m

Stress Management

Vineeta Kapoor

Stress Management - Online presentation October 3 | 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Presented By Vineeta Kapoor M.Psyc, PGDGC Register now: https://kerbycentre23.wildapricot.org/event-4976017 Stress Management - In Person discussion at Kerby Wellness Centre October 17, 2022 11 am - 12 pm Register now: ht

Fall and Fall-Related Injury Risk Screening and Assessment Webinar Series: the “Now What?” of fall risk assessment (Webinar #2)

Bonnie Lewis

We’ve talked about screening for fall and fall-related injury risk among older adults. Once you’ve identified who is at risk, now what? In the second webinar of our fall risk screening and assessment series, we outline the who, what, when, where, why, and how of fall risk assessment. Join us fo

Opportunity to Contribute to Research Priorities!

Alzheimer Society of Alberta and Northwest Territories, Campus Alberta Neuroscience

The Alzheimer Society of Alberta and Northwest Territories and Campus Alberta Neuroscience are asking all interested parties for their input on current research priorities in Alberta, in order to target future funding towards areas with the highest potential for impact.  The results of this survey

Strategies for confronting ageism, racism, and abuse in later life during COVID-19

USC Center on Elder Mistreatment (Katie Block and Sara Mayer)

This article from the University of Southern California (USC)outlines the existing presence of ageism, racism, and abuse experiences by vulnerable seniors and describes how COVID-19 has exacerbated these issues. The authors provide 9 recommendations (strategies) for supporting older adults and survi

ENGAGEMENT CALL OUT - Health Standards Survey - Malnutrition Prevention, Detection and Treatment Standard

Canadian Malnutrition Task Force

The Public Review of the Health Standards Survey - Malnutrition Prevention, Detection and Treatment Standard has been launched!  The aim of this survey is to increase awareness of this standard and encourage multidisciplinary feedback on it. The Canadian Malnutrition Task Force (CMTF) Advisory

Emergency Food Assistance System Survey of Food Assistance Users

Canadian Poverty Institute & Vibrant Communities Calgary

The Canadian Poverty Institute is partnering with Vibrant Communities Calgary to conduct an evaluation of the formal and informal emergency food assistance system. The purpose of the project is to develop recommendations that will improve the capacity of Calgary’s emergency food assistance system

The Giving Report 2020: Online giving is on the rise

Canada Helps

Over two editions of The Giving Report, CanadaHelps has provided knowledge and insights to help Canadians understand the charitable sector and its impact on Canada. The 2020 report introduces our Online Giving Index (OGI), drawing on CanadaHelps’ unique volume and breadth of Canadian data about o


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