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Caregivers Out Loud Podcast Episode 16 - The Dementia Journey: A Caregiver's Toolkit

Family Caregivers BC

In this episode of Caregivers Out Loud! Bill Israel speaks with Amelia Gillies, a Support and Education Coordinator with the Alzheimer's Society of BC about caring for someone living with dementia. The experience of living and caring for someone with dementia is not always a universal experience

Perspectives on Growing Older in Canada: The 2022 NIA Ageing in Canada Survey

Natalie Iciaszczyk, Dr. Keith Neuman and Dr. Samir Sinha

In less than 10 years, one-quarter of Canada’s population will be aged 65 years and older. Adequately understanding the circumstances and evolving needs of this aging population requires collecting regular and reliable data from older Canadians themselves. The National Institute on Aging (NIA) and

The Future of Aging in Canada Virtual Symposium: What We Heard

Federal, Provincial and Territorial Forum of Ministers Responsible for Seniors

Executive SummaryOn June 8th, 2021, the Federal / Provincial / Territorial Forum of Ministers Responsible for Seniors hosted a Virtual Stakeholder Symposium on the future of aging in Canada. With help from national partner organizations, AGE-WELL NCE, the Canadian Association of Gerontology, the Can

Monitoring Seniors Services 2022 report release

Office of the Seniors Advocate

The annual OSA Monitoring Seniors Services report is now available! This year’s report reinforces the need to scale up B.C. seniors’ services to meet the growing demands of the aging population. Read the report to find out how seniors’ services and supports have performed over the past year,

Reducing Holiday Stress

Family Caregivers BC

For many of us, December marks the start of holiday gatherings and festivities, making it feel like “the most wonderful time of the year.” Some family caregivers, however, may find themselves singing a different tune (think: “He’s a mean one, Mr. Grinch”).While holidays bring opportunities

Global Report on Ageism

World Health Organization

OverviewThe Global report on ageism outlines a framework for action to reduce ageism including specific recommendations for different actors (e.g. government, UN agencies, civil society organizations, private sector). It brings together the best available evidence on the nature and magnitude of agei

CourAGE: What We Heard and Insights Report

CourAGE

COURAGE: Action for Better Aging invites Canada to get involved, to re-imagine aging and spark innovation for change through important discussions and concrete ideas and plans.The report provides a consolidated summary of what we heard from all participants and provides considerations for setting p

Colour of Violence: Race, Gender, & Anti-Violence Services

Battered Women's Support Services

Battered Women’s Support Services is thrilled to announce the launch of Colour of Violence: Race, Gender & Anti-Violence Services, a report placing racialized survivors at the center of anti-violence work. BWSS engaged in a community-based research project to better understand and raise awaren

Move for your Mood

ParticipACTION

Winter can put a damper on your mood. The colder, darker, shorter days can sap our energy and leave us feeling down. But there’s a simple way to start feeling better: get moving! Every little bit of movement can help reduce stress and promote happier feelings. In fact, you don’t need to run a ma

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