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WEBINAR: Food Security and COVID-19

HelpSeeker

The COVID pandemic has rapidly shifted social need and service dynamics across communities. One of the most acute needs that has jumped to the forefront of COVID responses is that of food security. In this webinar, we will hear from leaders on the frontline of these efforts to learn what's changing,

WEBINAR: Connectedness, Purpose, and Belonging – the Role of Social Prescribing in Integrating Health Care and Social Supports

Ontario Age-Friendly Communities Outreach Program

This completed webinar provides an overview of what social prescribing is as well as practical implementation strategies for communities. The impact of COVID-19 on social prescribing efforts is included. Preliminary evaluation results of Ontario communities implementing social prescribing is also pr

TALK 2 NICE Community Outreach

National Initiative for the Care of the Elderly (NICE)

TALK2NICE http://www.nicenet.ca/talk2nice National Initiative for the Care of the Elderly (NICE)  Daily, 10 a.m. - 10 p.m. (Eastern)  Free  This new nationwide phone outreach service connects older adults and persons with disabilities to social workers and social work students. The

SENIORS’ FALLS IN CANADA INFOGRAPHIC

Government of Canada

Statistics from the Government of Canada's Seniors' Falls in Canada: Second Report that are noteworthy and available in an infographic format to be shared with organizations and the public are now available. Falls are the leading cause of injury among older Canadians with 20-30% of seniors experie

Spot the Difference - Learn to recognize elder abuse, bullying and frauds and scams

Government of Alberta

Elder abuse is a form of family violence.  Like other types of family violence, the dynamics of elder abuse are complex.  Bullying is any repeated, hostile or demeaning behavior meant to cause harm, fear or distress, including physical or psychological harm. Every year, thousands of Canadians fall

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