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Capacity Lab 2023

Vantage Point

Are you looking to guide your organization through significant growth, change, or transition? Do you feel your organization has unrealized potential? Capacity Lab is the perfect program to take a close look at your organization and make an action plan to effectively move through transitions.Capacity

Thrive 2023 Virtual Leadership Program

Pride at Work Canada

THRIVE is a three-month virtual program that will develop the next generation of queer and trans people managers. Participants will get exclusive access to queer and trans leaders working at the highest levels of Canadian business and engage in important peer-to-peer discussions. Through live Zoom

Humanity Financial Grant Scan

Humanity Financial

Humanity Financial's Grant Scan is a new funding information resource that includes almost 500 funding opportunities. We develop videos and resources for training directors, board members and bookkeepers, and we provide tools for effective financial management. There is a wealth of free content for

National Center to Reframe Aging (NCRA) Resources

National Center to Reframe Aging (NCRA)

In the US, the new National Center to Reframe Aging (NCRA) is now the central hub for the movement to reframe aging. Their goals are: to deepen the evidence base about how to reframe aging, to build a vibrant community of competent and passionate communicators, and to lead a culture change movement

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

Seniors Outdoor Activation Toolkit

880 Cities

The Seniors’ Outdoor Activation Toolkit tells the story of a partnership between WoodGreen Community Services, 8 80 Cities and over 100 seniors who saw the COVID-19 pandemic as an opportunity to flip the standard for seniors programming in parks and public spaces in Toronto’s east end.Find t

Boost Your Defences: Stay up to date on your COVID-19 vaccination

Government of Canada

With COVID-19 still circulating in our communities, it’s important to stay up to date with COVID-19 vaccines by getting a bivalent booster. Bivalent boosters are now widely available in Canada and are expected to provide better protection against the current circulating Omicron variant. Use Canada


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