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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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The Screening Handbook: Tools and Resources for the Voluntary Sector

Volunteer Canada

Tools and resources to better match people and organizations, improve the safety and quality of programs in communities, and reduce risks and liability

2017-18 United Way of the Lower Mainland Healthy Aging Report

United Way of the Lower Mainland

United Way of the Lower Mainland’s Healthy Aging strategy creates seniors’ support networks, mobilizes resources, and employs sectoral best practices. In the past year we have seen positive impacts, within community, on the lives of older adults, their families and friends. This report provides

​Aging Out: Moving towards queer and trans* competent care for seniors

​Qmmunity

This discussion paper is a summary of findings and recommendations to provide culturally competent care for LGBTQ seniors in Residential Care and Assisted Living. *This resource also relates to the search terms LGBTQ2SIA and LGBTQ2IA.

​Safety in Same-Gender Relationships

QMUNITY and Legal Services Society

Healthy relationships take many forms, and healthy conflict can be a part of them. This booklet, co-published with Legal Services Society, is a resource for the lesbian, gay, trans, bisexual, and queer community. It describes relationship abuse, provides tips for staying safer, dispels common myth

​Queer Glossary

​QMUNITY

A list of print resources—grouped by categories—on a variety of topics from coming out tips to sexual health information to healthy relationships advice.

​The Compassionate Community Startup Toolkit

Pallium Canada

Pallium Canada is a national, non-profit organization that provides practical and evidence-based solutions to significantly increase the level of access to a palliative care approach. The Compassionate Community Startup Toolkit will equip you with essential information about the Compassionate Commu

​Dementia-Friendly Communities Local Government Toolkit

​Alzheimer Society British Columbia

The Toolkit includes background information on dementia and dementia-friendly communities, steps and practical tools to begin a Dementia-Friendly Action Plan and a dementia-friendly working group, as well as examples of how local governments can create communities that are inclusive, supportive and

​Making your workplace dementia friendly: Information for legal professionals

​Alzheimers Society of BC

Everyone has a responsibility to help make their community dementia friendly. Dementia-friendly communities are those which support people to be engaged and active where they work, live and play. This resource will help you to: Understand and recognize the signs of dementia. Learn how to communi

​​Making your workplace dementia friendly: Information for financial professionals

​Alzheimer Society of British Columbia

Everyone has a responsibility to help make their community dementia friendly. Dementia-friendly communities are those which support people to be engaged and active where they work, live and play. This resource will help you to: Understand and recognize the signs of dementia. Learn how to communi

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