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[Resource] Intercultural Toolkit for Community-Based Seniors’ Services (CBSS) Organizations in British Columbia

Healthy Aging

This Toolkit provides a step-by-step approach that community organizations can use to enhance the level of cultural competency and relevancy of their organization and/ or their individual programs. It was developed with a focus on community-based seniors serving organizations, or CBSS (Community Bas

[Resource] Clinical Frailty Scale

Dalhousie University

Clinical Frailty Scale

[Resource] How to Check if a Website is Safe and Legitimate

Alberta Community Crime Prevention Association

How to Check if a Website is Safe and Legitimate

[Toolkit] Having the Difficult Conversations on Anti-Racism and Decolonization?


Difficult Conversations on Anti-Racism and Decolonization checklist

[Resource] Defining Pro-Black

Non Profit Quarterly

Defining Pro-Black

[Resource] Helping Movements Meet the Moment: What Philanthropy Can and Must Do

Non Profit Quarterly

Helping Movements Meet the Moment: What Philanthropy Can and Must DoSulma Arias and Manuel PastorJanuary 18, 2024PrintImage credit: hay s on UnsplashSeveral overlapping crises are wreaking havoc in the United States and across the globe. From climate catastrophe and forced migration to economic

[Toolkit] Essential Care Partner Toolkit

Sinai Health

Click HERE to learn moreEssential care partners may be supporting their family or friend with some of their basic care needs while they are in the hospital. These resources will provide you with some of the key information on how you can help. Before you provide care to a patient in hospital, please

[Resource] How sedentary behavior increases your risk of cancer

Canadian Cancer Society

If you’re like the average Canadian, you sit for most of the day. A growing body of evidence supports a link between sedentary behaviour and an increased risk of colorectal cancer. The longer a person sits, the higher the risk."But I exercise regularly. I must have a lower risk of cancer even thou

[Resource] Global Campaign to Combat Ageism - Toolkit

World Health Organization

OverviewThis toolkit was designed for the Global Campaign to Combat Ageism. It will equip you with the necessary resources to learn about ageism, initiate your own conversations about this important topic in your community, organize events to raise awareness, and spread the word through social media


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