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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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​Age-friendly Community Action Summaries: West Vancouver

​Age Friendly BC

A number of B.C. communities have already taken action to make their communities age-friendly. These actions range from ensuring the needs of seniors and people with disabilities are taken into consideration in official community plans, to making changes to the physical environment of the community.

​Age-friendly Community Action Summaries: Saanich

​Age-Friendly BC

A number of B.C. communities have already taken action to make their communities age-friendly. These actions range from ensuring the needs of seniors and people with disabilities are taken into consideration in official community plans, to making changes to the physical environment of the community.

​Age-friendly Community Action Summaries: Revelstoke

​Age Friendly BC

A number of B.C. communities have already taken action to make their communities age-friendly. These actions range from ensuring the needs of seniors and people with disabilities are taken into consideration in official community plans, to making changes to the physical environment of the community.

​The Community Response Network Tool Kit

​​BC Association of Community Response Networks

The Community Response Network Tool Kit was first published in the Fall of 2001; that version of the Tool Kit may be found under "Older Documents". The Tool Kit was republished in 2015.

​Aboriginal and First Nations: Abuse, Neglect and Self-Neglect

​BC Association of Community Response Networks

This resources have been produced to assist educators, facilitators, Community Health and Human Service Workers, First Nation Community Members, Health Authority Staff, Community Response Network (CRN) Members and a wide range of adult learners to understand the complex dynamic of abuse, neglect an

​Intergenerational Community Guide

​​BC Association of Community Response Networks

The Intergenerational Community Guide includes Activities, Resources and Workshop Slides to show how Intergenerational Practice creates the potential for all-age individuals to collectively demonstrate that it's not right to mistreat any age group.

​Gatekeeper Program

BCCRN

Gatekeeper is considered a best practice for identifying vulnerable adults, and connecting them to critical community services, and has since been adapted all over the world.

​Understanding and Responding to Elder Abuse

​BC Ministry of Justice

Abuse and neglect of older adults means any action or inaction by any person that causes harm or risk of harm to an older person. When there is an expectation of trust, the consequences can be particularly harmful

​Gender Neutral Language Sheet (Qmunity)

​Qmmunity

Shifting to gender-inclusive language respects and acknowledges the gender identities of all people and removes assumption.

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