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[Article] Recloseted at 80

Erica Lenti - The Aging City/The Local

Recloseted at 80Out of fear of discrimination, insensitive care, or even memory loss returning them to an earlier time, some LGBTQ2S+ seniors find themselves hiding their identities as they age.Click HERE to read the full article

[Resource] Measuring access to priority health services

Canadian Institute for Health Information

Canadian Institute for Health Information. Measuring access to priority health services. Home care, community care, mental health services and substance use services in CanadaNovember 30, 2023 — Updated information is now available about access to home and community care and to mental health and

[Resource] National Volunteer Action Strategy for Canada - Roadmap to Meet The Moment

Volunteer Canada

Click HERE to read the reportCanada’s longstanding tradition of volunteerism plays a vital role in upholding our social support system and building community resilience. Volunteerism is also a powerful vehicle for helping us address critical social, economic, health, and environmental issues. Howe

[Resource] Disenfranchised trajectories. Living in LTC as an older adults who has experienced homelessness

SFU Aging in the Right Place

Click HERE to read the Full ArticleAbstractWhile the pandemic has sparked a heightened awareness of some of the challenges of living and dying in long-term care (LTC), little is known about the impact that less normative life trajectories can have on residents’ experiences. Yet, more marginal life

[Resource] Meanings of Aging in the Right Place for Older Clients of a Temporary Housing Program

SFU Aging in the Right Place

Click HERE to read the Full ArticleAbstractBackground and ObjectivesThe concept of aging in place is acknowledged as the preference of older adults, yet without consideration of the intersections of diversity in later life is critiqued as unattainable, unrealistic, or even undesirable. This gave ris

[Resource] 12 Scams of the Holidays

Canadian Anti Fraud Centre

The spirit of the holidays is a time of giving for most but, for scammers, it is a time of taking. The Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre (CAFC) highlights the most popular holiday scams so that you can recognize, reject, report and be merry. Download the PDF below.

[Resource] Aging and chronic diseases: A profile of Canadian seniors

Public Health Canada

Executive summaryThe goal of this report is to increase knowledge on seniors' health by providing information and data on the prevalence of chronic diseases and conditions, associated disability and mortality and information on key individual and social determinants of health. It aims to inform stak

[Resource] Grief And Bereavement Support In BC: A Collaborative Improvement Action Plan

BC Centre for Palliative Care

Click HERE to learn moreThe Action Plan:A Product of Insights from 33 Experts, 32 Organizations, and Two Public Partners at the 2022 Provincial Bereavement Roundtable.The groundbreaking report maps how British Columbians experience grief, and where they turn for support, and presents actionable reco

[Resource] Community Conversations Project

SFU Aging in the Right Place

Click HERE to learn moreCommunity Conversations ProjectThe Community Conversations project is a sub-project of the Aging in the Right Place (AIRP) Partnership. In response to the AIRP project’s Lived Expertise Advisors’ interests and experiences, the Community Conversations project was started


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