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[Research Opportunity] New Frailty Self-Management Health Coach Study

Fraser Health/UVIC

New Frailty Self-Management Health Coach StudyLOOKING FOR PARTICIPANTS AND VOLUNTEERSNew Frailty Self-Management Health Coach Study Starting in March 2023Self-Management BC is launching a new study in the Fraser Health Region to evaluate the effectiveness of peer coaches using self-management strate


Charity Village

For Full Article Click HERECharityVillage, in partnership with CivicAction, is proud to host HireNext, a free, made-in-Canada tool that helps employers better hire and retain diverse, early-career talent. By helping employers better recruit, screen, onboard, and, most importantly, retain young talen

Webinar Recording: UNDRIP & You

Real Estate Foundation of BC

The governments of Canada and BC have adopted the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples as their framework for reconciliation. But what does this mean for your organization and its work?Nonprofits, foundations, and local governments have important roles to play in advancing

Non-Profit Leadership: It's all about Trust

Charity Village

Reversing a historic decline in public trust in nonprofits and charities and advocating for a stronger future.  Buffeted on all sides from seemingly endless waves of controversies and challenges, nonprofit leadership in Canada finds itself increasingly under the microscope. Public trust in the sect

WHO releases new guide and toolkit on age-friendly cities and communities


As population ageing and urbanization rapidly progress worldwide, making our cities and communities more age-friendly is crucial to maximise the opportunities offered by longer lives.A new guide released by the World Health Organization (WHO), National programmes for age-friendly cities and communit

Guide outlines 10 Ways Local Government Can Propel Positive Social Change

Tamarack Institute

The Tamarack Institute is offering a guide titled 10 Ways Local Government Can Propel Positive Social Change. As communities face increasingly complex social challenges, local governments face a call to action. The guide outlines how to lead and work better together with others as communities pivo

Webinar Recording: Climate Change and Well-being: Building Resilience Through Social Connectedness

BC Healthy Communities

SFU Assistant Professor Dr. Kiffer Card, a behavioural epidemiologist, social ecologist, and health services researcher, discussed how socio-ecological forces relate to mental health, stigmatized behaviour and health inequalities. Also speaking were Naomi Fleshhut and Jay Myers who have used PlanH

Accessing Health Services Not Covered By MSP: A Resource Guide for BC Seniors

Jewish Seniors Alliance

Jewish Seniors Alliance (JSA) recognizes that in BC, our Medical Services Plan (MSP) specifically excludes coverage of dental, vision, hearing, and other services such as physio, massage, podiatry, and assistive devices. As a result, many do not receive necessary care and those who do a

Webinar Recording: Supporting the end-of-life journey: Serious and advance illness planning with a doula

End-of-Life Doula Association

As an aging population faces their end-of-life journey, more Canadians are seeking education, resources, and support to improve this inevitable experience for themselves, their extended families, and their community. End-of-Life doulas are companions who provides non-medical practical and emotional


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