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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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Three Ways Neighborhoods Matter for Older Adult Social Connectedness

Callista Ottoni

New localized research summarizing experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic Overview Loneliness was on the rise before the COVID-19 pandemic with an estimated 1 in 4 older adults experiencing loneliness. Has physical distancing during the pandemic intensified loneliness — especially for people 5

The Canadian Knowledge Hub for Giving and Volunteering

Canadian Knowledge Hub for Giving and Volunteering

The Canadian Knowledge Hub for Giving and Volunteering is a new destination for data and other useful resources on giving, volunteering, and participating in Canada.   About the Hub This new resource will help everyone—including not-profit professionals and businesses—gain a better evidence

The Giving 2022 Report

Canada Helps

Generational Giving Trends The Giving Gap Remains a Key Challenge Facing Canadian Charities The “giving gap” is a trend whereby older Canadians are giving financially at twice the rate of younger Canadians, which indicates that charities will face a major shortfall in funding when older donors

World Hospice and Palliative Care Day 2022 & Toolkit

World Hospice and Palliative Care Alliance

What is World Hospice and Palliative Care Day (WHPCD)? World Hospice and Palliative Care Day is an annual unified day of action to celebrate and support hospice and palliative care around the world.  With one voice, we will celebrate the importance of palliative care to quality of life, and advoc

Truth and Reconciliation Toolkit

Reconciliation Canada

Toolkits Reconciliation is an ongoing journey, one that will take a collective effort to find a new way forward. You are invited to contribute to this important conversation and involve your social and professional circles, be it your family, friends, colleagues, neighbors, or classmates. The Comm

Bi-Weekly Financial Literacy Workshops

Family Services of Greater Vancouver

Family Services of Greater Vancouver (FSGV) is happy to announce their new Financial Empowerment Program which will host Financial Literacy Workshops online bi-weekly every month on diverse topics. FSGV wants to provide a safe and inclusive space for people to come together online to learn about pe

Dementia Ventures: Learnings on Engaging with People with Lived Experience

Dementia Dialogue et al.

Read below for insightful takeaways from a roundtable discussion exploring the Flipping Stigma toolkit: an online resource with pragmatic strategies for breaking down stigma associated with dementia. Team members from the Building Capacity Project and the Westside Seniors Hub met with Community Part

Placemaking for Active Recreation Kit (PARK) E-Book

Placemaking for Active Recreation

Placemaking for Active Recreation Kit (PARK) has published a new e-book on placemaking and physical activity. The e-book called "Let’s Heal Our Cities: Tapping into placemaking and active recreation" gets straight to the basics and the most practical approaches to creating active public spaces th

Surveillance Report on Falls Among Older Adults in Canada

Public Health Agency of Canada

Objective This report provides updates to the national-level data in the Seniors’ Falls in Canada Second Report on the nature, severity, and burden of falls among people aged 65 or older, and describes changes over time. Background Falls among older adults are a public health concern worldwide.

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